Constitutive modeling of commercial pure titanium sheet based on non-associated flow rule and differential hardening

Abstract The commercial-pure titanium (CP-Ti) sheet has attracted a great interest from biomedical and aerospace industries because of its strong mechanical advantages such as lightweight, high strength, good formability, and corrosion-resistance. However, strong anisotropic features, such as evolutionary yield surface and strength difference in tension and compression, of the CP-Ti require advanced constitutive modeling compared […]

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Congratulations Sravan Tatipala, Licentiate in Mechanical Engineering!

Sravan Tatipala presented his licentiate thesis entitled “Sheet metal forming in the era of industry 4.0: using data and simulations to improve understanding, predictability and performance” in front of an interested audience both present, and via online, on Friday afternoon. Sravan presented the context and motivation for his research and then took the audience through […]

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