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Thermomechanical simulation of roll forming process based on the coupling of two independent solvers

Abstract : This paper deals with an industrial application of a coupling procedure involving two different computer programs : MetaLub and ThermRoll. The first one models the mechanical phenomena occurring in the roll-bite during cold rolling such as elasto-plastic strip strains, elastic-roll deformations, asperity flattening and lubricant flow. The second one uses the previous results to compute the steady-state temperature field of the work-roll and the strip. These two codes are briefly described and a model of an industrial stand demonstrates the importance of the thermomechanical coupling in order to get a better understanding of the process.
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Yves Carretta, Romain Boman, Antoine Stephany, Toufik Bouache, Romain Canivenc, et al.. Thermomechanical simulation of roll forming process based on the coupling of two independent solvers. The fourth conference on Computational Methods for Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering (Coupled 2011), Jun 2011, Island of Kos, Greece. p. 254-264. ⟨hal-00676623⟩

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