Sheet Metal Forming at Elevated Temperatures

Neugebauer S, Altan T, Geiger M, Kleiner M, Sterzing A (2006)

Publication Type: Journal article

Publication year: 2006


Publisher: Elsevier USA

Book Volume: 55

Pages Range: 793-816

DOI: 10.1016/j.cirp.2006.10.008


Due to the need to significantly reduce the part weights in automotive manufacturing, the use of lightweight materials becomes ever more important. Unfortunately, these materials are often associated with a limited cold formability. Due to this fact, production of large, complex sheet metal components using forming technology frequently entails increased expenditures. Moreover, processing high-strength materials requires correspondingly high processing forces and pressures. In order to find a solution to counter the disadvantages mentioned above, the use of elevated temperatures as a process parameter in forming operations represents a potential solution approach. The following paper will give an overview about research activities in the field of forming operations at elevated temperatures.

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Neugebauer, S., Altan, T., Geiger, M., Kleiner, M., & Sterzing, A. (2006). Sheet Metal Forming at Elevated Temperatures. CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology, 55, 793-816.


Neugebauer, Stephan, et al. "Sheet Metal Forming at Elevated Temperatures." CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology 55 (2006): 793-816.

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