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Multi-scale method for modeling thin sheet buckling under residual stress : In the context of cold strip rolling

Abstract : Modelling of on line manifest flatness defects in thin strip cold rolling is addressed as a problem of buckling under residual stresses. The latter are stresses built beyond the roll bite by the rolling process itself. To this aim, a buckling / post buckling model has been developed, giving strip shape, amplitude and stresses, based on Damil and Potier-Ferry's method and hereafter named MSBM like Multi-Scale Based Method. Its input is a post-bite stress map computed by a rolling model. Simplifications of the buckling model make it amenable to a series of 1D FEM solutions, but restrict its application to simple flatness defects such as wavy edges or wavy centre. In a decoupled version, it has been successfully compared with literature results. It allows parametric studies of practical interest, such as the influence of friction or work roll bending force on post-buckled strip shape and stress.In a second stage, this model is implemented as the internal buckling model in the FEM software Lam3/Tec3. As the previous one, implemented by Abdelkhalek in 2010, MSBM computes a strain field strictly due to the out-of-plane displacement which characterizes buckling. This strain field is introduced into the elastic – plastic decomposition and updated at each iteration of the finite element computation. Comparisons have been performed with the two models previously coupled to Lam3/Tec3 by Abdelkhalek. They show the limits of the present unidirectional buckling model, which cannot deal with all instabilities together, which have different orientations and take place after roll bite exit, which furthermore prove to be strongly interacting. Ideas for future generalization of the coupled model are proposed accordingly.
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Rebecca Nakhoul. Multi-scale method for modeling thin sheet buckling under residual stress : In the context of cold strip rolling. Other. Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, 2014. English. ⟨NNT : 2014ENMP0005⟩. ⟨pastel-00976843⟩



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