Determination of the Stress Field in the Flange of a Blank at the Start of Drawing
The method of characteristics [1–3] can be used to investigate the stress-deformed state during drawing of complex-shaped parts.
KeywordsTangential Stress Maximum Tangential Stress Logarithmic Spiral Blank Shape Mohr Circle
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