919 不均質性を考慮した有限要素解析による金属箔材の自由表面あれ進展挙動の観察  [in Japanese] 919 Observation of Free Surface Roughening Behavior for Metal Foils by FE Simulation Considering Material Inhomogeneity  [in Japanese]

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Micro metal forming with metal foils is one of the promising approaches to fabricate micro parts. In this study, a finite element (FE) model for metal foil considering material inhomogeneity due to different flow stresses for each crystal grain to predict free surface roughening is suggested. Material used is pure copper C1020-O with thickness of 0.05mm. Material inhomogeniety parameter of variation in a value is determined by parameter fitting between uni-axial tensile test and FE analysis considering material inhomogeneity under uni-axial tensile state. Standard deviation σ_<sd> of variation in a value of 0.28 is obtained by parameter fitting process. In addition, free surface roughening behavior is observed by FE analysis considering material inhomogeneity and confocal laser microsope. As a result, the increase in surface roughness with uni-axial tensile deformation can be observed for both FE analysis and experiment. In addition, it is considered that the generation of concave parts in free surface roughening is due to grains with low flow stress by quantitative measurement of FE analysis and confocal laser microscope. Furthermore, surface roughening behavior of FE analysis considering material inhomogeneity is in good agreement with that of experimental results. Thus, the validation of FE model considering material inhomogeniety for metal foils can be verified.

Journal

  • The Proceedings of the Materials and processing conference

    The Proceedings of the Materials and processing conference 2012.20(0), _919-1_-_919-5_, 2012

    The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110009905452
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • NDL Article ID
    025563905
  • NDL Call No.
    YH247-1044
  • Data Source
    NDL  NII-ELS  J-STAGE 
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