Hardening Effect Analysis by Modular Upper Bound and Finite Element Methods in Indentation of Aluminum, Steel, Titanium and Superalloys

@inproceedings{Bermudo2017HardeningEA,
  title={Hardening Effect Analysis by Modular Upper Bound and Finite Element Methods in Indentation of Aluminum, Steel, Titanium and Superalloys},
  author={Carolina Bermudo and Lorenzo Sevilla and Francisco J. Plaza Mart{\'i}n and Francisco J. Trujillo},
  booktitle={Materials},
  year={2017}
}
The application of incremental processes in the manufacturing industry is having a great development in recent years. The first stage of an Incremental Forming Process can be defined as an indentation. Because of this, the indentation process is starting to be widely studied, not only as a hardening test but also as a forming process. Thus, in this work, an analysis of the indentation process under the new Modular Upper Bound perspective has been performed. The modular implementation has… CONTINUE READING

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