An optimal die profile for plane strain drawing of sheets

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Affiliation: Institute for Problems in Mechanics RAS
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Affiliation: Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Address: Russuan Federation, Moscow
Journal nameMatematicheskoe modelirovanie
EditionVolume 30 Number 7

The ideal flow theory is used to determine an optimal die profile for drawing and extrusion of sheets under plane strain conditions. The solution is based on the theory of characteristics. In contrast to available solutions based on the ideal flow theory, it is assumed that a portion of the die is prescribed. The solution reduces to evaluating ordinary integrals. As an example, a die profile is found assuming that a portion of this profile is given and is a circular arc. 

Keywords ideal flow, method of characteristics, drawing, optimal die profile
Publication date27.09.2018
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