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|Title:||Plastic Deformation of Laminated Metals|
|Keywords:||plastic deformation;laminated metal;sheet metal;deformation process|
|Abstract:||<p> Gaining insight into the pressworking properties of laminated sheet metal is the aim of this work. One of the deformation processes in which the difference in behaviour between single and laminated sheet metal is most distinct and possibly the easiest to analyze is that of pure plastic bending. A bending theory, initially proposed by Crafoord, is further developed to analyze the pure bending of laminated metals. The bending behaviour of single and laminated nonstrain hardening and strain hardening sheets, with and without Bauschinger effect, is treated extensively from a theoretical point of view. </p> <p> Stretch forming, bending and deep drawing tests on laminated sheets are also performed experimentally. It is found that the orientation of the laminated sheet during the deformation process has a significant influence on the bending behaviour and the deep drawability of laminated sheet. The change in deep drawability can be qualitatively predicted from the bending behaviour. </p>|
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