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Anisotropy Effect on the Stress-Based Fracture Forming Limit Diagram Using a Modified Lou–Huh Ductile Fracture Criterion
|저자명||Namsu Park and Hoon Huh|
|Year||Jan 6~10, 2014|
This paper is concerned with the anisotropy effect on the stress-based fracture forming limit diagram using a modified Lou–Huh ductile fracture criterion. In sheet metal forming process, a usage of advanced high-strength steels (AHSSs) has been remarkably increasing for the lightweight car body and good formability. It is, however, unable to evaluate the formability of AHSS with the conventional forming limit diagram during complex forming processes since it is obtained by assuming the proportional loading path and AHSS shows sudden fracture involving little amount of necking. The stress-based fracture forming limit diagram was constructed using a modified Lou–Huh ductile fracture criterion in order to evaluate the formability of AHSS accurately. The anisotropy effect on the fracture strain is also evaluated to reflect the material behavior of sheet metals in constructing the criterion for the prediction of onset of the fracture. The constructed stress-based fracture forming limit diagrams deal with the stress state ranging from pure shear to equi-biaxial tension with the variation of orientation of sheet metals. It is clearly observed that the stress-based fracture forming limit diagrams are varied with the change of orientation of sheet metals.