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Course on Basics of Formability, Damage and their Numerical Simulation @ IIT Bombay [Dec 2-6]: Register by Nov 1: Expired

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Overview Finite element method is usually the only way to simulate the metal forming processes. Academic examples are too simple to be of any real value, and real-life plasticity problems are too complex for a simple analysis. This is on account of material as well as geometric nonlinearities. Frictional effects are usually significant and hot deformation simulations call for coupled analysis.
Commercial codes tend to be too expensive at times or too general for the application on hand. Under such circumstances, one must be able to write one’s own code to address the issue on hand. Objectives of the Course are: To create understanding among participants about computational plasticity with a view to modeling plastic deformation and spring back, perform coupled analyses and be able to write their own code.
To impart an understanding of the various damage models (in plastic deformation) and circumstances under which each must be applied. Create an understanding of the concept of the formability of materials and its assessment through the FEM.

Course Outline
  • Deformation. Measures of strain and strain rate
  • Deformation. Measures of strain and strain rate
  • Stress. Measures of stress Anisotropy.
  • Yield Criteria.
  • Constitutive Equations Anisotropy. Yield Criteria. Constitutive Equations
  • Formability. Ductile Damage. Fracture Toughness
  • Material and Friction Characterization Overview of Analytical and Numerical Simulation of Metal Forming
  • Processes Finite Element Simulation of Metal Forming Processes – User’s Perspective
  • Overview of formulations. Accuracy, Reliability, and Validity
  • Finite Element Simulation of Metal Forming Processes – User’s Perspective. Overview of formulations.
  • Accuracy, Reliability, and Validity
Who can Attend?

College teachers who would like to develop a basic understanding of yielding, formability, ductile damage and fracture, and an understanding of the application of FEM to plastic deformation from a user’s perspective.

Registration

To register online, click here.
The last date to register is November 1, 2019.

Contact

Phone Number: +91 (22) 2572 2545

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