Behaviour modelling of aluminium alloy sheet for single point incremental forming
The aim of this work is to identify behaviour models of an aluminium alloy sheet formed by incremental stamping process by using both numerical simulations (FEM) and experimental procedures. The procedure developed will be used in Single Point Incremental Forming (SPIF) in using several original experimental tests allowing to reproduce loading paths close to those induced in the industrial operations and full-field measurements by 3D-Digital Image Correlation (DIC).
Key wordsIncremental forming Numerical simulations 3D-digital image correlation Behaviour models
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