Finite Element in Manufacturing Processes
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This chapter explains the basis of the finite element method, highlighting the application for manufacturing modeling problems. A review of the principles of plasticity, as used in modeling of machining and forming processes is presented, including the most frequently used constitutive models. The key issues of the finite element method modeling of these mechanical processes are also explained according with the last researches in this field.
KeywordsFriction Factor Equivalent Stress Plastic Strain Rate Strain Rate Tensor Deviatoric Part
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