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Modeling and Analysis of Forming Die: A Comparative Study of Numerical and Analytical Results

Kumar Shankar, Satya Venkata Krishna Aditya Ganni, Tejaswi Lingala, Mahesh Boya, Tharakeshwar Appala and Dhanraj Burragalla

Abstract

The standard sheet metal forming technique of “deep drawing” is used to create intricate 3D components from thin sheet metals. Deep drawing is a crucial metal-forming method in many industries. Deep drawing is a complicated deformation that is influenced by process and geometrical variables. Optimization of the deep drawing process is a difficult undertaking. New deep drawing techniques are needed in industrial applications due to the complexity of fabric and textile composite geometries. Modern incremental shaping techniques seem to be particularly beneficial in this situation. The capacity to forecast the elastic spring back, the residual stresses in a draped woven fabric, and the ability to draw reasonable judgments about the incremental forming procedure have also recently evolved. In this paper, the press tool is designed and modeled in SolidWorks and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) results were calculated in ANSYS Workbench 17.1 and compared with analytical results.

Published on: November 29, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s4-059
Citation: Shankar K, Ganni SVKA, Lingala T, Boya M, Appala T, et al. 2023. Modeling and Analysis of Forming Die: A Comparative Study of Numerical and Analytical Results. NanoWorld J 9(S4): S346-S349.

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