Uud Achmad Imadudin, Marwan Effendy



The applications of sheet metal forming is very important in the automotive
industries since most of the car components are produced by press forming
processes. Survey shows that the role of numerical simulation and optimization to
improve performance and quality of their products are still very limited. This
paper describes the use of MARC finite element code in a single stage sheet metal
forming simulation on square cup deep drawing. The MARC’s results are
validated with experimental results of benchmark problem square cup deep
drawing in Numisheet ’93. The paper also discusses the localized stress and
strain values of the formed part

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