SAM
https://sam.ensam.eu:443
The DSpace digital repository system captures, stores, indexes, preserves, and distributes digital research material.Sat, 25 Jan 2020 22:52:37 GMT2020-01-25T22:52:37ZApplication of the continuum shell finite element SHB8PS to sheet forming simulation using an extended large strain anisotropic elastic–plastic formulation
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/6871
Application of the continuum shell finite element SHB8PS to sheet forming simulation using an extended large strain anisotropic elastic–plastic formulation
SALAHOUELHADJ, Abdellah; ABED-MERAIM, Farid; CHALAL, Hocine; BALAN, Tudor
This paper proposes an extension of the SHB8PS solid–shell finite element to large strain anisotropic elasto-plasticity, with application to several non-linear benchmark tests including sheet metal forming simulations. This hexahedral linear element has an arbitrary number of integration points distributed along a single line, defining the "thickness" direction; and to control the hourglass modes inherent to this reduced integration, a physical stabilization technique is used. In addition, the assumed strain method is adopted for the elimination of locking. The implementation of the element in Abaqus/Standard via the UEL user subroutine has been assessed through a variety of benchmark problems involving geometric non-linearities, anisotropic plasticity, large deformation and contact. Initially designed for the efficient simulation of elastic–plastic thin structures, the SHB8PS exhibits interesting potentialities for sheet metal forming applications – both in terms of efficiency and accuracy. The element shows good performance on the selected tests, including springback and earing predictions for Numisheet benchmark problems.
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00419-012-0620-x
Sun, 01 Jan 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/68712012-01-01T00:00:00ZSALAHOUELHADJ, AbdellahABED-MERAIM, FaridCHALAL, HocineBALAN, TudorThis paper proposes an extension of the SHB8PS solid–shell finite element to large strain anisotropic elasto-plasticity, with application to several non-linear benchmark tests including sheet metal forming simulations. This hexahedral linear element has an arbitrary number of integration points distributed along a single line, defining the "thickness" direction; and to control the hourglass modes inherent to this reduced integration, a physical stabilization technique is used. In addition, the assumed strain method is adopted for the elimination of locking. The implementation of the element in Abaqus/Standard via the UEL user subroutine has been assessed through a variety of benchmark problems involving geometric non-linearities, anisotropic plasticity, large deformation and contact. Initially designed for the efficient simulation of elastic–plastic thin structures, the SHB8PS exhibits interesting potentialities for sheet metal forming applications – both in terms of efficiency and accuracy. The element shows good performance on the selected tests, including springback and earing predictions for Numisheet benchmark problems.On the implementation of the continuum shell finite element SHB8PS and application to sheet forming simulation
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/10211
On the implementation of the continuum shell finite element SHB8PS and application to sheet forming simulation
SALAHOUELHADJ, Abdellah; ABED-MERAIM, Farid; CHALAL, Hocine; BALAN, Tudor
In this contribution, the formulation of the SHB8PS continuum shell finite element is extended to anisotropic elastic-plastic behavior models with combined isotropic-kinematic hardening at large deformations. The resulting element is then implemented into the commercial implicit finite element code Abaqus/Standard via the UEL subroutine. The SHB8PS element is an eight-node, three-dimensional brick with displacements as the only degrees of freedom and a preferential direction called the thickness. A reduced integration scheme is adopted using an arbitrary number of integration points along the thickness direction and only one integration point in the other directions. The hourglass modes due to this reduced integration are controlled using a physical stabilization technique together with an assumed strain method for the elimination of locking. Therefore, the element can be used to model thin structures while providing an accurate description of the various through-thickness phenomena. Its performance is assessed through several applications involving different types of non-linearities: geometric, material and that induced by contact. Particular attention is given to springback prediction for a NUMISHEET benchmark problem.
Sat, 01 Jan 2011 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/102112011-01-01T00:00:00ZSALAHOUELHADJ, AbdellahABED-MERAIM, FaridCHALAL, HocineBALAN, TudorIn this contribution, the formulation of the SHB8PS continuum shell finite element is extended to anisotropic elastic-plastic behavior models with combined isotropic-kinematic hardening at large deformations. The resulting element is then implemented into the commercial implicit finite element code Abaqus/Standard via the UEL subroutine. The SHB8PS element is an eight-node, three-dimensional brick with displacements as the only degrees of freedom and a preferential direction called the thickness. A reduced integration scheme is adopted using an arbitrary number of integration points along the thickness direction and only one integration point in the other directions. The hourglass modes due to this reduced integration are controlled using a physical stabilization technique together with an assumed strain method for the elimination of locking. Therefore, the element can be used to model thin structures while providing an accurate description of the various through-thickness phenomena. Its performance is assessed through several applications involving different types of non-linearities: geometric, material and that induced by contact. Particular attention is given to springback prediction for a NUMISHEET benchmark problem.Elastic-plastic analyses using the solid-shell finite element SHB8PS and evaluation on sheet forming applications
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/10338
Elastic-plastic analyses using the solid-shell finite element SHB8PS and evaluation on sheet forming applications
SALAHOUELHADJ, Abdellah; CHALAL, Hocine; ABED-MERAIM, Farid; BALAN, Tudor
In this contribution, the formulation of the SHB8PS continuum shell finite element is extended to anisotropic elastic-plastic behavior models with combined isotropic-kinematic hardening at large deformations. The resulting element is then implemented into the commercial implicit finite element code Abaqus/Standard via the UEL subroutine. The SHB8PS element is an eight-node, three-dimensional brick with displacements as the only degrees of freedom and a preferential direction called the thickness. A reduced integration scheme is adopted using an arbitrary number of integration points along the thickness direction and only one integration point in the other directions. The hourglass modes due to this reduced integration are controlled using a physical stabilization technique together with an assumed strain method for the elimination of locking. Therefore, the element can be used to model thin structures while providing an accurate description of the various throughthickness phenomena. Its performance is assessed through several applications involving different types of non-linearities: geometric, material and that induced by contact. Particular attention is given to springback prediction for a Numisheet benchmark problem.
Sat, 01 Jan 2011 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/103382011-01-01T00:00:00ZSALAHOUELHADJ, AbdellahCHALAL, HocineABED-MERAIM, FaridBALAN, TudorIn this contribution, the formulation of the SHB8PS continuum shell finite element is extended to anisotropic elastic-plastic behavior models with combined isotropic-kinematic hardening at large deformations. The resulting element is then implemented into the commercial implicit finite element code Abaqus/Standard via the UEL subroutine. The SHB8PS element is an eight-node, three-dimensional brick with displacements as the only degrees of freedom and a preferential direction called the thickness. A reduced integration scheme is adopted using an arbitrary number of integration points along the thickness direction and only one integration point in the other directions. The hourglass modes due to this reduced integration are controlled using a physical stabilization technique together with an assumed strain method for the elimination of locking. Therefore, the element can be used to model thin structures while providing an accurate description of the various throughthickness phenomena. Its performance is assessed through several applications involving different types of non-linearities: geometric, material and that induced by contact. Particular attention is given to springback prediction for a Numisheet benchmark problem.Evaluation of a new solid-shell finite element on the simulation of sheet metal forming processes
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/10071
Evaluation of a new solid-shell finite element on the simulation of sheet metal forming processes
CHALAL, Hocine; SALAHOUELHADJ, Abdellah; ABED-MERAIM, Farid
In this paper, the performance of the solid-shell finite element SHB8PS is assessed in the context of sheet metal forming simulation using anisotropic elastic-plastic behavior models. This finite element technology has been implemented into the commercial implicit finite element code Abaqus/Standard via the UEL subroutine. It consists of an eight-node three-dimensional hexahedron with reduced integration, provided with an arbitrary number of integration points along the thickness direction. The use of an in-plane reduced integration scheme prevents some locking phenomena, resulting in a computationally efficient formulation when compared to conventional 3D solid elements. Another interesting feature lies in the possibility of increasing the number of through-thickness integration points within a single element layer, which enables an accurate description of various phenomena in sheet forming simulations. A general elastic-plastic model has been adopted in the constitutive modeling for sheet forming applications with plastic anisotropy. As an illustrative example, the performance of the element is shown in the earing prediction of a cylindrical cup drawing process.
Sun, 01 Jan 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/100712012-01-01T00:00:00ZCHALAL, HocineSALAHOUELHADJ, AbdellahABED-MERAIM, FaridIn this paper, the performance of the solid-shell finite element SHB8PS is assessed in the context of sheet metal forming simulation using anisotropic elastic-plastic behavior models. This finite element technology has been implemented into the commercial implicit finite element code Abaqus/Standard via the UEL subroutine. It consists of an eight-node three-dimensional hexahedron with reduced integration, provided with an arbitrary number of integration points along the thickness direction. The use of an in-plane reduced integration scheme prevents some locking phenomena, resulting in a computationally efficient formulation when compared to conventional 3D solid elements. Another interesting feature lies in the possibility of increasing the number of through-thickness integration points within a single element layer, which enables an accurate description of various phenomena in sheet forming simulations. A general elastic-plastic model has been adopted in the constitutive modeling for sheet forming applications with plastic anisotropy. As an illustrative example, the performance of the element is shown in the earing prediction of a cylindrical cup drawing process.