A physico-mechanical approach to modeling of metal forming processes—part I: theoretical framework

@inproceedings{Zapara2008APA,
  title={A physico-mechanical approach to modeling of metal forming processes—part I: theoretical framework},
  author={Maxim A. Zapara and Nikolay D. Tutyshkin and W. H. M{\"u}ller and Kerstin Weinberg and Ralf Wille},
  year={2008}
}
A combined physico-mechanical approach to research and modeling of forming processes for metals with predictable properties is developed. The constitutive equations describing large plastic deformations under complex loading are based on both plastic flow theory and continuum damage mechanics. The model which is developed in order to study strongly plastically deformed materials represents their mechanical behavior by taking micro-structural damage induced by strain micro-defects into account… CONTINUE READING
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