Crystal plasticity finite element modelling of the influence of friction on surface roughening during uniaxial planar compression

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Materials Science Forum, 2010, 654-656 pp. 1606 - 1609
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The friction is a key factor that influences the surface quality in metal forming. To figure out the relationship between the friction and the surface roughening, a finite element model is employed in the commercial finite element software ABAQUS to simulate the surface roughness of top side of Al plate during uniaxial planar compression. With the change of friction conditions, the surface roughening varies. The average surface roughness (Ra) shows a relationship with the friction coefficient. During the surface roughening process, the grain slip takes place in the "soft orientation", and the "hard orientations" become the barrier of the slip. © Trans Tech Publications.
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