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HF-4040: Process and Shape Optimization Using Incremental RADIOSS

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Hi,


 


optimization is carried on the blank because we need to finalize the final component shape such that it is manufacturable. Variables such as corner radius, blank thickness and  edge fillet radius effect the formability results.


 


The die is generally morphed (compensated) after running the spring back analysis


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Hi,


 


I observed there is some split or thinning from forming result. So in order to optimise, I need to morph the blank, correct?


 


But the blank is flat, how am I going to morph those shapes?


 


Thank you very much.


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Hi,


 


Can I ask are the 


 


initial value: 0


lower bound: -1


upper bound: 1


 


must be those value? Cannot like upper bound 5, lower bound 1, initial value = 3?


 


Thank you very much.


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