Formability analysis of pre-strained AA5754-O sheet metal using Yld96 plasticity theory: Role of amount and direction of uni-axial pre-strain

S. Dhara, S. Basak, S. K. Panda, S. Hazra, B. Shollock, Richard Dashwood

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Automotive industries are very much interested in formability of different pre-strained aluminum alloy sheets in the context of multistage stamping to fabricate complex components. In the present work, different uni-axial pre-strains of 6.4% and 12.2% were induced in AA5754-O aluminum alloy both along rolling direction (RD) and transverse direction (TD). The true stress-strain response, limiting dome height (LDH) and strain based forming limit diagram (ε-FLD) of as received and all pre-strained materials were evaluated experimentally. The anisotropy constitutive material model was developed using the Yld96 plasticity theory in-conjunction with the Hollomon isotropic hardening law to predict the yield strength evolution of the pre-strained materials. Also, it was found that the limiting strains in ε-FLD shifted significantly depending on the amount and direction of uni-axial pre-strain. Hence, the limiting strains of the as-received materials were transposed into stress space to estimate the stress based forming limit diagram (σ-FLD) using the anisotropy constitutive material model. Further, the dynamic shifts of ε-FLDs of four different pre-strained materials were predicted by successfully decoupling the σ-FLD of as-received materials within root mean square error of 0.008. Finite element models of both uni-axial pre-straining and subsequent LDH tests were developed, and the forming behavior of the pre-strained materials were predicted implementing the Yld96 plasticity model and estimated σ-FLD. It was found that LDH was significantly influenced by the amount of pre-strain, and the maximum thinning location shifted close to pole in the case of 12.2% pre-strained materials. However, the effect of uni-axial pre-strain direction on both LDH and maximum thinning location in AA5754-O material was very negligible.

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)270-282
JournalJournal of Manufacturing Processes
Volume24
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 29 Oct 2016

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Formability
Sheet metal
Plasticity
Domes
Aluminum alloys
Anisotropy
Metals
Role theory
Stamping
Automotive industry
Mean square error
Quality control
Yield stress
Hardening
Poles

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Keywords

  • AA5754-O
  • Uni-axial pre-strain
  • Forming limit diagram
  • Limiting dome height
  • Yld96 anisotropic yield theory
  • Finite element model

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Formability analysis of pre-strained AA5754-O sheet metal using Yld96 plasticity theory: Role of amount and direction of uni-axial pre-strain. / Dhara, S.; Basak, S.; Panda, S. K.; Hazra, S.; Shollock, B.; Dashwood, Richard.

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