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Metal Forming

Metal stamping involves complex contact, large deformation plasticity, residual stress and more

A piece of sheet metal is simulated while being stamped into its final shape. The final shape will not be exactly the shape of the die — residual stresses cause partial “spring back”. Using accurate predictive simulations, an engineer can create a die shape that accounts for the spring back effect.

Metal forming simulations involve many complexities such as large deformation plasticity, complex contact, friction, material damage, material anisotropy and residual stresses.

NOUMENON MULTIPHYSICS PROVIDES MULTI-DISCIPLINARY MODELING AND SIMULATION SERVICES TO THE ENGINEERING INDUSTRY

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