Towards prediction of springback in deep drawing using a micromechanical modeling scheme
N. Vajragupta, H. u. Hassan, A. Hartmaier.
Deep drawing is one of the most commonly used sheet metal forming processes, which can produce metal parts at a high rate. One of the major problems in deep drawing is springback, which is mainly elastic deformation occurring when the tool is removed. The focus of this work is the prediction of springback in deep drawing for DC04 steel using a micromechanical modeling scheme. A novel method is used for the characterization of material that leads to cyclic stress-strain curve. Simulations are performed with the Yoshida Uemori (YU) model for the prediction of springback for a U draw-bend geometry. The maximum deviation between the geometries of experiment and the springback simulation for hat geometry is 2.2 mm. It is shown that this micromechanical modeling scheme allows us to relate the influence of the microstructure to the springback prediction.
Micromechanical scheme to predict springback in deep drawing.