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S. Kut, F. Stachowicz, G. Ryzińska and T. Mrugała

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Results of experimental investigations of metal spinning process of AMS 5504 sheets. cylindrical drawpieces with use of discs-shaped sheet with various diameter and thickness were shown in this work. Tests were performed on two roller metal spinning machine of a vertical axis Leifeld SFC 800 V500.

The main objective of the study was to determine the dependence between limiting spinning coefficient, thin wall ratio coefficient and the fillet radius of forming rollers. To realize this aim required the development of an original methodology and experimental research plan. Determined relationship takes into account the occurrence of negative phenomena in the process of spinning such as wrinkling or cracking of material.

Due to the possibility of prediction of these negative phenomena, determined relationship is used in the design of a metal spinning processes. On the basis on determined relationship can be done a practical assessment of the possibility of shaping with certain geometrical parameters by spinning. Obtained results were shown graphically on the diagrams and their analysis was carried.

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S. Kut, G. Ryzińska and B. Niedziałek

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The paper presents research to verify the effectiveness of nine selected material models of elastomeric materials based on uniaxial tension test. Basing on the cyclic uniaxial tension test of elastomers sample, the stress-strain characteristic for the 18th load cycle was prepared. On the basis of the obtained characteristic, the values of material constants were calculated for the studied models (Neo-Hookean, Mooney with two and three constants, Signorini, Yeoh, Ogden, Arruda-Boyce, Gent and Marlow) and simulation of tensile, upsetting and bending processes was performed with the usage of the software MARC/Mentat. The effectiveness of the selected models was determined based on a comparison of results obtained in the experimental tensile test, upsetting test and bending test of an elastomeric samples with the results of numerical FEM calculations for each models. The research has shown that, for modeling of the elastomeric cylinder upsetting in the range of deformation of 62%, the best results with the comparison of the experiment were obtained by using the Yeoh model. In the bending process none of the analyzed models indicate a high convergence of results from an experiment. Analyzing the characteristics of the experimental and numerical tensile test it can be seen that in the entire range of punch movement (0 to 55 mm), models Signorini, Marlow, Ogden(N3) and Mooney(3) give the best results.