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A Study on the Structure Analysis Optimization of Die Cam Drive Considering the Thin Plate Hardening
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A Study on the Structure Analysis Optimization of Die Cam Drive Considering the Thin Plate Hardening
Lee, Jong-Bae; Kim, Seon-Sam; Woo, Chang-Ki;
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 Abstract
According to the forming or bending deformation in the press die, the thin plate occurs a work-hardening, the sheet hardening and cam unit's deformation causes incomplete forming during the cam molding process by the reacting spring forces. This study treated the input parameters of the stress and strain as given properties and also used Cam forming pressure considering the sheet hardening in the forming process of the aluminum sheet. The Hyperstudy are operated be linked with the Abaqus of the finite element analysis tool and the shape of Cam were carried out with non-linear shape optimization analysis. As a result removing the deformation of plate, the cam shape were optimized under conditions reduced deformation, having a minimum stress range and the minimum deformation. Therefore, a stress-strain curve and a normal distribution of stress-thickness can be obtained and optimization could be obtained for the shape of the stress and strain on the die plate hardened cam considering the thickness and reaction force of gas spring as iteration process.
 Keywords
Deformation;Hardened;Non-linear;Optimization;Strain;Stress;
 Language
Korean
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