I²FG / PAK 343 Impulse Forming Workshop 2015 : [11]

The objective of the workshop is to bring together experts in order to present new research findings and discuss the different perspectives of future developments with respect to the technologies. It is an important forum for the exchange of knowledge and networking with the leading experts.
Impulse forming or high velocity forming includes all processes converting stored energy in order to form workpieces in a very short time. Electromagnetic pulse forming, joining and cutting. This technology includes all production processes using the energy pulsed of magnetic fields to deform a workpiece made of an electrically highly conductive material. The following major process variants can be distinguished:
  • electromagnetic compression and expansion of tubes
  • electromagnetic forming of sheets
  • electromagnetic welding of tubular and sheet products
  • electromagnetic cutting and perforation
  • electrohydraulic forming

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 11 of 11
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015-10-05Micro Applications of Electromagnetic FormingLangstädtler, Lasse
2015-10-06Experimental Investigations on Forming Limits for EN AW-5083 Sheet Metal at Quasi-Static and High Strain RatesEngelhardt, M.; Klose, C.; Bach, F.-W.; Maier, H. J.
2015-10-06Design of new technologies for the numerical simulation of combined quasi-static dynamic forming processesKiliclar, Y.; Vladimirov, I. N.; Wulfinghoff, S.; Reese, S.
2015-10-06Virtual Process Design for Coupled Quasi-Static and Electromagnetic FormingRozgic, Marco; Stiemer, Marcus
2015-10-06Process development for deep drawing with integrated electromagnetic formingGies, S.; Demir, O. K.; Tekkaya, A. E.
2015-10-06Development of a methodology regarding combined quasi-static and dynamic forming processesTekkaya, A. E.
2015-10-05Influence of axial workpiece position in the coil for the electromagnetic pulse joiningBellmann, J.; Lueg-Althoff, J.; Lorenz, A.; Schulze, S.; Gies, S.; Tekkaya, A.E.; Beyer, E
2015-10-05Influence of the Collision Speed and Collision Angle in Magnetic Pulse Sheet WeldsRebensdorf, Anatoli; Böhm, Stefan
2015-10-05Insight into the realistic behaviours of magnetic pulse forming and welding processes using numerical simulationsSapanathan, T.; Yang, K.; Buiron, N.; Rachik, M.
2015-10-05Recent developments in the Commercial Software LS-DYNA for electromagnetic pulse forming and joining simulationsL’Eplattenier, Pierre; Çaldichoury, Iñaki
2015-10-05Comparison between experimental and simulated velocities in a MPW geometryDeroy, Julien; Avrillaud, Gilles; Ferreira, Samuel; Jeanson, Anne-Claire
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 11 of 11