KEM 2009 DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.410-411.601 View full text
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Rosanna Di Lorenzo, Giuseppe Ingarao, Laura Marretta, Fabrizio Micari

Abstract: In sheet metal forming most of the problems are multi objective problems, generally characterized by conflicting objectives. The definition of proper parameters aimed to prevent both wrinkles and fracture is a typical example of an optimization problem in sheet metal forming characterized by conflicting goals. What is more, nowadays, a great interest would be focused on the availability of a cluster of possible optimal solutions instead of a single one, particularly in an industrial environment. Thus, the desi…

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