Accurate descriptions of the ansiotropic plastic yielding behaviour of various metallic sheets.
This thesis focuses on two vital requirements - yield criterion and flow curve - to obtain reliable numerical results in sheet metal forming simulations. \ud \ud First, this thesis generally aims to explore the potential accuracy of the Taylor models, namely the full co... View more
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