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Automatic Tool Compensation for an UHSS Automotive Component Using a Compensation Module
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  • Journal title : Transactions of Materials Processing
  • Volume 25, Issue 2,  2016, pp.109-115
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for Technology of Plasticity
  • DOI : 10.5228/KSTP.25.2.109
 Title & Authors
Automatic Tool Compensation for an UHSS Automotive Component Using a Compensation Module
Lee, J.H.; Kim, S.H.;
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 Abstract
In the current study, automatic tool compensation is accomplished by using a finite element stamping analysis for a center roof rail made of UHSS in order to satisfy the specifications for shape accuracy. The initial blank shape is calculated from a finite element inverse analysis and potential forming defects such as tearing and wrinkling are determined by the finite element stamping analysis based on the initial tool shape. The blank shape is optimized to meet the shape requirements of the final product with the stamping analysis, and die compensation is determined with the information about springback. The specifications for shape accuracy were successfully achieved by the proposed die compensation scheme using the finite element stamping analysis. The current study demonstrates that the compensation tendency is similar when the proposed scheme is used or when the compensation is performed by trial and error in the press-shop. This similarity verifies that the automatic compensation scheme can be used effectively in the first stage of tool design especially for components made from UHSS.
 Keywords
Automatic Tool Compensation;UHSS;Springback;Tool Design;
 Language
Korean
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