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- Rolling of aluminium 2: practical aspects for finite element model development
- Talamantes-Silva, Jesus; Beynon, John H.; Pinna, Christophe
- The finite element technique has been selected to study the hot rolling process because it offers the best alternative to analyse the complexities of the process. These include: non-linearity of the material behaviour, boundary conditions and contact. It has been shown from the previous chapter that the method is capable of handling these non-linearities and has been used successfully to analyse a wide range of metal forming operations. This chapter aims to point out the modelling techniques and methodologies (steps) involved in undertaking thermo-mechanical simulations of the rolling process. This is done by means of a series of case studies.
- Publication type
- Book chapter
- Research centre
- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences
- Virtual fabrication of aluminium products: microstructural modeling in industrial aluminium production / Jurgen Hirsch (ed.), Chapter 16, pp. 247-274
- Publication year
- Aluminium alloys; Aluminium construction; Computer simulation
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