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SAMULET 5.1.7 SPF tooling development; WP4 D4.5 identification of properties for the thermo-mechanical tool model

Wood, Paul and Rosochowski, Andrzej (2012) SAMULET 5.1.7 SPF tooling development; WP4 D4.5 identification of properties for the thermo-mechanical tool model. [Report]

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Abstract

The report 4.5 describes a method to model an industrial SPF tool subject to thermo-mechanical cycling that simulates the industrial process conditions using the finite element software ABAQUS Standard. This report identifies the property data required to simulate the behaviour of the alloy to predict die life and failure, in order to meet the requirements of milestone 4.5 under SAMULET 5.1.7.