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Verification of numerical roll forming loads with the aid of measurement equipment

Groche, Peter and Müller, Christian (PtU) and Bäumer, Lars (2014):
Verification of numerical roll forming loads with the aid of measurement equipment.
In: Advanced Materials Research, Trans Tech Publications, pp. 373-380, 939, [Article]

Abstract

Roll forming is an important forming process for profile manufacturing in mass production. The design of the process has an important influence on the quality of the products. Therefore, the knowledge of the occurring loads during the roll forming process, e.g. forces and pressures, is essential for the process design. However, the experimental determination of the occurring contact normal pressures in roll forming processes poses a challenge. Finite element simulations offer the potential to approximate contact normal loads and thus, enable a better process design. Nevertheless, due to simplifications of the numerical model, a realistic and reliable output of loads in roll forming is not possible. An enhanced numerical model could provide more valuable information. This paper will demonstrate the reproduction of realistic contact normal pressures and load forces in a roll forming simulation. To verify the numerical values, they will be compared to data gained by experiments.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2014
Creators: Groche, Peter and Müller, Christian (PtU) and Bäumer, Lars
Title: Verification of numerical roll forming loads with the aid of measurement equipment
Language: German
Abstract:

Roll forming is an important forming process for profile manufacturing in mass production. The design of the process has an important influence on the quality of the products. Therefore, the knowledge of the occurring loads during the roll forming process, e.g. forces and pressures, is essential for the process design. However, the experimental determination of the occurring contact normal pressures in roll forming processes poses a challenge. Finite element simulations offer the potential to approximate contact normal loads and thus, enable a better process design. Nevertheless, due to simplifications of the numerical model, a realistic and reliable output of loads in roll forming is not possible. An enhanced numerical model could provide more valuable information. This paper will demonstrate the reproduction of realistic contact normal pressures and load forces in a roll forming simulation. To verify the numerical values, they will be compared to data gained by experiments.

Journal or Publication Title: Advanced Materials Research
Volume: 939
Publisher: Trans Tech Publications
Uncontrolled Keywords: Roll forming, Simulation, Contact Normal Pressure, Loads
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institut für Produktionstechnik und Umformmaschinen (PtU)
Date Deposited: 03 Jul 2014 07:26
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