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Deformation behavior at very small strain level in the flat bottom region of a large square shell. All dimensions in mm. References pp . 48-49. 38 K. YOSHIDA, K. :: L;:. ::L::: u;:. ; ri;:. l ... , Fig. 17. Variations in the deformation diagram due to changes in forming conditions. 7 mm ( . g '" .!! 2 ·~ I I .!! 1 Fig. 18. Deformation diagram of a quarter panel. METAL BEHAVIOR 39 30

0'3 ~ . 8 ... ~ . 8 Dependence of n * on the mode and amount of deformation. and the other external eccentric forces transmitted from the adjacent straight punch profile regions. In other words, the total elongation of the deformed length can be increased by increasing the said external eccentric forces without increasing the radial tension at the punch corner. The effect of such strain accumulation due to the external eccentric forces on the forming limit reveals that the severity of press forming does not always depend on the local size of the most severely deformed region.

05, which is very low for metals. So we found that the two most important factors are strain hardening and strain-rate hardening. And, the reason that total elongation correlated well was that both of those factors go into making up a high total elongation. That is n controls mostly what happens up to maximum load, and strain-rate sensitivity, as A. K. Ghosh has shown, plays a very important role in post-uniform deformation. So, I think it is the combined factors of strain hardening and strain-rate hardening that are the most important for cup height.

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