Multi-response optimization on single-point incremental forming of hyperbolic shape Al-1050/Cu bimetal using response surface methodology

  • M. HonarpishehEmail author
  • M. Mohammadi Jobedar
  • I. Alinaghian


In present work, experimental and numerical investigations were carried out on single-point incremental forming of explosive bonded clad sheets. The sheets were produced by explosion welding from 1050 aluminum alloy and C10100 copper alloy sheets. A generatrix of hyperbolic curve was utilized as profile of final shapes formed by SPIF process. During some investigations, the interaction and main effect of the process parameters viz. tool diameter, step down, rotational speed, and sheet arrangement were evaluated on the fracture depth and wall thickness at fracture using ANOVA method. For experimentation, a customized design table was built with three quantify and one qualify factors in two levels. The design table totally provides four input factors and two responses in 12 runs. The responses are fracture depth and wall thickness. A multi-response optimization was conducted to find optimum values for input parameters using response surface methodology (RSM) and the confirmatory experiment revealed the reliability of RSM in this regard. Moreover, predictive models were presented in confidence interval of 95% to formulate the relationship between the responses and the input factors using RSM approach. Additionally, a finite element analysis was carried out on the SPIF based on optimal input parameters to depict reaction force changing, thickness variation, and stress distribution.


Single-point incremental forming Fracture depth Wall thickness RSM ANOVA Optimization Al-Cu bimetal FEA 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of KashanKashanIran
  2. 2.Jasb BranchIslamic Azad UniversityDelijanIran

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