DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.410-411.579
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Abstract: High-quality stamped parts using cost-effective production technique are increasingly required, especially in parts with complex geometry wherein forming defects are easily generated. In this study, the concave and convex wall features were investigated for a stainless steel rectangular tray using the finite element method and related experiments. The concave and convex wall phenomena were theoretically clarified on the basis of stress distribution. The effects of tray geometry were also investigated. Increas… Show more

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