Advanced Methods for Material Forming Analysis and Design - CANCELLED
- Sergei Alexandrov (A. Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics RAS, Moscow, Russia)
- 4 lectures on: Formation of a layer of intensive plastic deformation in the vicinity of frictional interfaces. Novel material models based on the strain rate intensity factor. Examples and experimental results.
and 4 lectures on: Ideal forming theory. Bulk ideal forming: general theory and applications. Examples.
- Anthony Atkins (University of Reading, Reading, UK)
- 6 lectures on: Fracture in forming after extensive plastic deformation. Experimental observations of 'failure and limits' in metal forming; models for fracture; applications of algebraic models; applications of finite element simulations; metal cutting as a branch of elastoplastic fracture mechanics.
- Kwansoo Chung (Seoul National University, Korea)
- 4 lectures on: Ideal forming theory. Foundations of the theory and numerical modeling. Sheet ideal forming: general theory and applications. Examples.
- David Durban (Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel)
- 6 lectures on: Analytical methods in metal forming processes. Classical solutions of plasticity theory and their extension to various material models. Applications to industrial processes. Influence of external friction and model parameters on process parameters. Comparison with experimental data.
- Jean-Claude Gelin (University of Franche-Comté, Besançon, France)
- 6 lectures on: Mechanics and physics of metals and polymers (including powders or particles loaded polymers) micro-processing. Processes: incremental sheet forming, high speed machining, powder injection moulding, and solid state sintering.
- David W.A. Rees (Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UK)
- 6 lectures on: Sheet metal formability. Methods of estimating material’s forming limits and their more important dependencies including sheet thickness, anisotropy, work-hardening and strain history. Production of the required shape from the correct punch-die design. Experimental plasticity and FE simulations.