Presenter Information

Chi-Sing Man, University of Kentucky

Location

Snowmass Village, CO

Start Date

1-1-1995 12:00 AM

Description

It has long been recognized that the earing of deep-drawn cups is due to the anisotropy of rolled sheets (cf. Hill [1] and the references therein). Earlier experimental studies show indications that the percent earing ε r of rolled sheets might be correlated to their planar anisotropy Δ r [2, 3] or to the parameter Δr/r¯[4] , where r¯ is the average (plastic) strain ratio. Attempts [5–8] have been made to correlate earing behavior with polycrystalline texture, among which are two recent studies [7, 8] on aluminum sheets that report correlation of ε r with the coefficient W 440 of the orientation distribution function [9].

Volume

14B

Chapter

Chapter 6: Material Properties

Section

Stress and Texture

Pages

1923-1930

DOI

10.1007/978-1-4615-1987-4_246

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Correlation fo Earing and Texture in Weakly Orthotropic Sheets of Cubic Metals

Snowmass Village, CO

It has long been recognized that the earing of deep-drawn cups is due to the anisotropy of rolled sheets (cf. Hill [1] and the references therein). Earlier experimental studies show indications that the percent earing ε r of rolled sheets might be correlated to their planar anisotropy Δ r [2, 3] or to the parameter Δr/r¯[4] , where r¯ is the average (plastic) strain ratio. Attempts [5–8] have been made to correlate earing behavior with polycrystalline texture, among which are two recent studies [7, 8] on aluminum sheets that report correlation of ε r with the coefficient W 440 of the orientation distribution function [9].