Numerical study of the solution heat treatment, forming, and in-die quenching (HFQ) process on AA5754

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Numerical study of the solution heat treatment, forming, and in-die quenching (HFQ) process on AA5754. / El Fakir, Omer; Wang, Liliang; Balint, Daniel; Dear, John P.; Lin, Jianguo; Dean, Trevor A.

In: International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, Vol. 87, 01.12.2014, p. 39-48.

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title = "Numerical study of the solution heat treatment, forming, and in-die quenching (HFQ) process on AA5754",
abstract = "An FE model of the solution heat treatment, forming and in-die quenching (HFQ) process was developed. Good correlation with a deviation of less than 5% was achieved between the thickness distribution of the simulated and experimentally formed parts, verifying the model. Subsequently, the model was able to provide a more detailed understanding of the HFQ process, and was used to study the effects of forming temperature and speed on the thickness distribution of the HFQ formed part. It was found that a higher forming speed is beneficial for HFQ forming, as it led to less thinning and improved thickness homogeneity.",
keywords = "AA5754, FE process modelling, HFQ, constitutive equations",
author = "{El Fakir}, Omer and Liliang Wang and Daniel Balint and Dear, {John P.} and Jianguo Lin and Dean, {Trevor A.}",
year = "2014",
month = dec,
day = "1",
doi = "10.1016/j.ijmachtools.2014.07.008",
language = "English",
volume = "87",
pages = "39--48",
journal = "International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture",
issn = "0890-6955",
publisher = "Elsevier",

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AU - El Fakir, Omer

AU - Wang, Liliang

AU - Balint, Daniel

AU - Dear, John P.

AU - Lin, Jianguo

AU - Dean, Trevor A.

PY - 2014/12/1

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AB - An FE model of the solution heat treatment, forming and in-die quenching (HFQ) process was developed. Good correlation with a deviation of less than 5% was achieved between the thickness distribution of the simulated and experimentally formed parts, verifying the model. Subsequently, the model was able to provide a more detailed understanding of the HFQ process, and was used to study the effects of forming temperature and speed on the thickness distribution of the HFQ formed part. It was found that a higher forming speed is beneficial for HFQ forming, as it led to less thinning and improved thickness homogeneity.

KW - AA5754

KW - FE process modelling

KW - HFQ

KW - constitutive equations

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JO - International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture

JF - International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture

SN - 0890-6955

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