Publication detail

Problems of calibration and application of fracture criteria in forming

ŠUTA, J., PETRUŠKA, J., JANÍČEK, L.

Original Title

Problems of calibration and application of fracture criteria in forming

English Title

Problems of calibration and application of fracture criteria in forming

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Selected group of ductile fracture criteria, used for fracture prediction in metal forming processes is the object of this study. The aim is to evaluate their predictive capacity in different conditions, characterised by different stress and strain history. The method used is based on comparison of upsetting tests, that were conducted until first fracture, and their numerical simulation. Different geometry and friction of specimens was used to obtain various stress-strain history. Results of the analysed criteria are presented and the successful ones are then applied to the process of cold forming of bolts.

English abstract

Selected group of ductile fracture criteria, used for fracture prediction in metal forming processes is the object of this study. The aim is to evaluate their predictive capacity in different conditions, characterised by different stress and strain history. The method used is based on comparison of upsetting tests, that were conducted until first fracture, and their numerical simulation. Different geometry and friction of specimens was used to obtain various stress-strain history. Results of the analysed criteria are presented and the successful ones are then applied to the process of cold forming of bolts.

RIV year

2003

Released

01.06.2003

Publisher

Dublin City University

Location

Dublin

ISBN

1-872327-397

Book

Proceedings of AMPT‘03

Pages from

1071

Pages to

1074

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT11259,
  author="Jiří {Šuta} and Jindřich {Petruška} and Libor {Janíček}",
  title="Problems of calibration and application of fracture criteria in forming",
  annote="Selected group of ductile fracture criteria, used for fracture prediction in metal forming processes is the object of this study. The aim is to evaluate their predictive capacity in different conditions, characterised by different stress and strain history. The method used is based on comparison of upsetting tests, that were conducted until first fracture, and their numerical simulation. Different geometry and friction of specimens was used to obtain various stress-strain history. Results of the analysed criteria are presented and the successful ones are then applied to the process of cold forming of bolts.",
  address="Dublin City University",
  booktitle="Proceedings of AMPT‘03",
  chapter="11259",
  institution="Dublin City University",
  year="2003",
  month="june",
  pages="1071",
  publisher="Dublin City University",
  type="conference paper"
}