Daehn, G. S.
Fenton, G. K.
Johnson, J. R.
L Eplattenier, P.
|Title:||Coupling Experiment and Simulation in Electromagnetic Forming Using Photon Doppler Velocimetry|
|Abstract:||Modeling electromagnetic forming processes is in many ways simpler than modeling traditional metal forming processes. In electromagnetic forming the problem is often dominated by inertial acceleration by a magnetic field. This is a much better posed problem than the more traditional ones that are often dominated by complex three dimensional constitutive behavior and frictional effects. However, important aspects of the problem are dominated by the constitutive properties of the material, and often electromagnetic forming is performed in a regime where there is little reliable material strength data. Strain rates are often high (102 to 104 s-1 is the typical range for electromagnetic forming). Also, heat is generated both by ohmic heating as well as by plastic deformation, and peak temperatures can be quite high. Also, while hightemperature, high-strain-rate data is scarce, there is little or no data in cases where temperature rises significantly over very short times (tens of micro-seconds) as happens in electromagnetic metal forming. This rapid temperature rise is very important to the material response because the short time scales largely preclude the material from recovery and recrystallization processes and precipitates cannot dissolve as they normally would in an age-hardening alloy in these time scales. This presentation will show how advanced instrumentation, particularly the Photon Doppler Velocimeter (PDV) can be coupled with electromagnetic forming and provide both avenues to characterize material as well as to provide very critical tests of numerical models of the process.|
|Publisher:||Institut für Umformtechnik - Technische Universität Dortmund|
|Is part of:||3rd International Conference on High Speed Forming, March 11 - 12, 2008, Dortmund, Germany|
|Appears in Collections:||ICHSF 2008|
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