Improving formability in SPIF processes through high speed rotating tool: experimental and numerical analysis

Mirabile, R.

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Single-point incremental forming (SPIF) is a quite new sheet-forming process which offers the possibility to deform complex parts without dedicated dies using a single-point tool and a standard three-axis CNC machine. Although the process mechanics enables higher strains with respect to traditional sheet-forming processes, research has been focused on further increasing the maximum forming angle. In the paper, a new approach is used to enhance the material formability through a localized sheet heating as a consequence of the friction work caused by high speed rotating tool. Numerical simulation was utilized to relate the effect of temperature with the main field variables distribution in the sheet.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteKEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS
Pagine156-163
Numero di pagine8
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2013

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Formability
Numerical analysis
Mechanics
Friction
Heating
Computer simulation
Temperature

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Materials Science(all)
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanics of Materials

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Mirabile, R. (2013). Improving formability in SPIF processes through high speed rotating tool: experimental and numerical analysis. In KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS (pagg. 156-163). (KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS).

Improving formability in SPIF processes through high speed rotating tool: experimental and numerical analysis. / Mirabile, R.

KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS. 2013. pag. 156-163 (KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS).

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Mirabile, R. 2013, Improving formability in SPIF processes through high speed rotating tool: experimental and numerical analysis. in KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS. KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS, pagg. 156-163.
Mirabile, R. Improving formability in SPIF processes through high speed rotating tool: experimental and numerical analysis. In KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS. 2013. pag. 156-163. (KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS).
Mirabile, R. / Improving formability in SPIF processes through high speed rotating tool: experimental and numerical analysis. KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS. 2013. pagg. 156-163 (KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS).
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