Effect of Anisotropy on the Forming of Parts of Complex Configuration
Experimentation shows that plastic anisotropy of a sheet metal can have a substantial effect on the forming of parts of complex configuration [1,2], In this paper, some quantitative relationships are derived which permit one to evaluate to a significant extent the effect of anisotropy on the forming of a sheet blank.
KeywordsSheet Metal Anisotropic Material Deep Drawing Orthotropic Material Plastic Anisotropy
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