Metal Flow of a Tailored Blank in Square Cup Deep Drawing

Paper #:
  • 980447

Published:
  • 1998-02-23
Citation:
Hayashi, H., Pak, S., and Usuda, M., "Metal Flow of a Tailored Blank in Square Cup Deep Drawing," SAE Technical Paper 980447, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/980447.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
The application of tailored blanks to autobody parts has progressed because of its numerous advantages. The forming of tailored blanks has, however, a lot of technical problems. Among the problems, weld-line movement and formability deterioration are the most significant ones in case of deep drawing. The weld-line movement and formability change were examined experimentally as a function of weld-line location in square cup deep drawing. The weld-line movement of tailored blank consists of two sources. One is the geometrical reason, and the other is due to the hardening of weld bead. The formability of tailored blank is inferior to that of an original blank by the existence of hardened weld region. The mode of fracture changes from wall breakage to a fracture adjacent to punch radius when the weld-line was close to the punch corner.
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