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Experimental and Finite Element Analysis of Deep Drawing Process of Stainless Steel, Brass & Aluminum


Nirav R.Trivedi , HJD Institute of Technical Education And Research Kera-Kutch; Prof. Hemanshu Joshi, HJD Institute of Technical Education And Research Kera-Kutch; Prof. Navnit Patel, HJD Institute of Technical Education And Research Kera-Kutch


Dp, Tearing, Deform 3-D


Deep drawing is a manufacturing process in which sheet metal is progressively formed into a three-dimensional shape through the mechanical action of a die forming the metal around a punch. To reduce various defects in deep drawing process it is necessary to control some parameters of deep drawing process. Sheet-metal drawing is a more complex operation than cutting or bending. Number of defects can occur in a drawn product. To reduce production cost it is necessary to reduce defects accrued during deep drawing process. A punch force, material property of sheet metal, blank holding force, thickness of sheet, velocity of punch are affecting parameters in deep drawing process to regulate defects like wrinkling, tearing, earing and fracture defect. By conducting experiment in hydraulic press we know stress, strain, displacement and load. These results compare with the software for validation.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I41123
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2015
Page(s): 3301-3304

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