标题：Explicit and Implicit Springback Simulation In Sheet Metal Forming Using Fully Coupled Ductile Damage And Distortional Hardening Model.
作者：n'jock, M. Yetna; Houssem, B.; Labergere, C.; Saanouni, K.; Zhenming, Y.
作者机构：[n'jock, M. Yetna; Houssem, B.; Labergere, C.; Saanouni, K.] Univ Technol Troyes, ICD LASMIS, STMR UMR CNRS 6281, 12 Rue Marie Curie,CS 42060, F-10004 更多
会议名称：21st International ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming (ESAFORM)
会议日期：APR 23-25, 2018
来源：PROCEEDINGS OF 21ST INTERNATIONAL ESAFORM CONFERENCE ON MATERIAL FORMING (ESAFORM 2018)
摘要：The springback is an important phenomenon which accompanies the forming of metallic sheets especially for high strength materials. A quantitative prediction of springback becomes very important for newly developed material with high mechanical characteristics. In this work, a numerical methodology is developed to quantify this undesirable phenomenon. This methodoly is based on the use of both explicit and implicit finite element solvers of Abaqus (R).; The most important ingredient of this methodology consists on the use of highly predictive mechanical model. A thermodynamically-consistent, non-associative and fully anisotropic elastoplastic constitutive model strongly coupled with isotropic ductile damage and accounting for distortional hardening is then used. An algorithm for local integration of the complete set of the constitutive equations is developed. This algorithm considers the rotated frame formulation (RFF) to ensure the incremental objectivity of the model in the framework of finite strains. This algorithm is implemented in both explicit (Abaqus/Explicit (R)) and implicit (Abaqus/Standard (R)) solvers of Abaqus (R) through the users routine VUMAT and UMAT respectively. The implicit solver of Abaqus (R) has been used to study spingback as it is generally a quasi-static unloading. In order to compare the methods 'efficiency, the explicit method (Dynamic Relaxation Method) proposed by Rayleigh has been also used for springback prediction. The results obtained within U draw/bending benchmark are studied, discussed and compared with experimental results as reference. Finally, the purpose of this work is to evaluate the reliability of different methods predict efficiently springback in sheet metal forming.