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Effects of Some Modeling Parameters of Finite Element Models of Binder Forming

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Kuo-Kuang Chen, Chung-Yeh Sa

General Motors Corporation, 30500 Mound Rd., Warren, MI 48090

J. Eng. Mater. Technol 123(4), 447-455 (Jul 24, 2000) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1395578 History: Received July 24, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Pictorial view of stepdie and blank
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Open and closed views of the stepdie and blank. It also shows the exact solutions for the selected node points on the blank.
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Deformed shape for the base model and Tc=1 ms, at t=1
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Node displacements as functions of time for a model with a reduced gap of 0.02 mm and Tc=100 ms
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Correlation of calculated displacements and the exact solutions for a model with a reduced gap of 0.02 mm and Tc=20 ms
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Node displacements as functions of time for a model with a reduced gap of 0.02 mm and Tc=20 ms
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Correlation of calculated node displacements and the exact solutions for a model with a reduced gap of 0.02 mm and Tc=10 ms
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Node displacements as functions of time for a model with a reduced gap of 0.02 mm and Tc=10 ms
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Differences of z-displacements along y=±5 mm and y=0 mm at time t=4 for the base case model and Tc=10 ms. The differences of the two curves indicate the deformation of the blank is no longer symmetrical in the y-direction
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Correlation of calculated node displacements and the exact solutions for the base model and Tc=10 ms
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Node displacements as functions of time for the base model and Tc=10 ms
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Deformed shape for the base model and Tc=10 ms, at t=4
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Deformed shape for the base model and Tc=0.1 ms, at t=1
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Correlation of calculated displacements and the exact solutions for the base model and Tc=1 ms
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Node displacements as functions of time for the base model and Tc=1 ms
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Deformed shape for the base model and Tc=1 ms, at various ts

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