AI Applications in Sheet Metal Forming by Shailendra Kumar, Hussein M. A. Hussein

By Shailendra Kumar, Hussein M. A. Hussein

This booklet contains chapters on examine paintings performed around the world within the sector of synthetic intelligence (AI) functions in sheet steel forming. the 1st bankruptcy deals an advent to numerous AI ideas and sheet steel forming, whereas next chapters describe conventional procedures/methods utilized in quite a few sheet steel forming tactics, and concentrate on the automation of these procedures via AI innovations, corresponding to KBS, ANN, GA, CBR, and so forth. characteristic reputation and the manufacturability review of sheet steel elements, strategy making plans, strip-layout layout, choosing the sort and dimension of die parts, die modeling, and predicting die existence are the most vital facets of sheet steel paintings. usually, those actions are hugely experience-based, tedious and time eating. In reaction, researchers in different nations have utilized numerous AI innovations to automate those actions, that are coated during this booklet. This publication should be invaluable for engineers operating in sheet steel industries, and may serve to supply destiny path to younger researchers and scholars operating within the area.

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Gupta et al. Fig. 22 Examples of type of defamation features based on ‘number and arrangement of boundary shell faces’ which are common to the outer boundary shell faces of the part (means BSSFs = 0 and BCSFs = 0). This class of features is referred as Interior in the proposed classification. An example of this type of feature in a sheet-metal part is presented in Fig. 22. One Side Boundary These features are at the outer boundary shell faces of a sheet-metal part. This class of deformation feature either has a coincidence of a single shared shell face of the deformation feature with the outer boundary shell face of the part which means BSSFs = 1 or has BCSFs without BSSFs (means BSSFs = 0 and BCSFs > 0).

4 Classification of manufacturing features in sheet-metal parts (Kannan and Shunmugam 2009) presented in Fig. 4. The major difference between stretched and drawn features is that a change in sheet thickness occurs in the stretching operation whereas uniform sheet thickness is maintained in the case of a drawing operation. However, for the sake of convenience in modeling, a uniform sheet thickness is used by designers for both features. Bent and cut features involve pure bending and pure shear, respectively.

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