Effect of Instrument Speed on Plastic Forming of Sheet Metal
The problem of the effect of the instrument speed on the plastic forming of sheet metal during a biaxial stressed state has been studied by a number of investigators, especially in [1–4].
KeywordsSheet Metal Deformation Rate Maximum Tangential Stress Plastic Wave Biaxial Stressed State
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