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Characterization of material parameters for high speed forming and cutting via experiment and inverse simulation

Materialparameteridentifikation für Hochgeschwindigkeitsumformung und -schneiden durch experimentell-inversen Ansatz
: Scheffler, Christian; Psyk, Verena; Linnemann, Maik; Tulke, Marc; Brosius, Alexander; Landgrebe, Dirk


Fratini, Livan (Ed.) ; European Scientific Association for Material Forming:
21st International ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming, ESAFORM 2018. Proceedings : 23-25 April 2018, Palermo, Italy
Melville/NY: AIP Publishing, 2018 (AIP Conference Proceedings 1960)
ISBN: 978-0-7354-1663-5
Art. 110009, 6 pp.
International Conference on Material Forming (ESAFORM) <21, 2018, Palermo>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IWU ()
Hochgeschwindigkeit; Dehnrate; Kennwert; Optimierung; inverse Simulation

High speed velocity effects in production technology provide a broad range of technological and economic advantages. However, exploiting them necessitates the knowledge of strain rate dependent material behavior in process modelling. In general, high speed material data characterization features several difficulties and requires sophisticated approaches in order to provide reliable material data. This paper proposes two innovative concepts with electromagnetic and pneumatic drive and an approach for material characterization in terms of strain rate dependent flow curves and parameters of failure or damage models. The test setups have been designed for investigations of strain rates up to 105 s-1. In principle, knowledge about the temporary courses and local distributions of stress and strain in the specimen is essential for identifying material characteristics, but short process times, fast changes of the measurement values, small specimen size and frequently limited accessibility of the specimen during the test hinder directly measuring these parameters at high-velocity testing. Therefore, auxiliary test parameters, which are easier to measure, are recorded and used as input data for an inverse numerical simulation that provides the desired material characteristics, e.g. the Johnson-Cook parameters, as a result. These parameters are a force equivalent strain signal on a measurement body and the displacement of the upper specimen edge.