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Title: Integrated optimal design for drawing limit of stainless steel on hydro-mechanical deep drawing
Authors: Jang-Ping Wang;Guo-Ming Huang;Hsien-Der Lee;Tsung-Han Wu
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:輪機工程學系
Keywords: Taguchi technique;Taguchi-FE method;Hybrid of ANN with GA;Hydro-mechanical deep-drawing;Drawing limit;Stainless steel
Date: 2010-08
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:36:36Z
Publisher: steel research international
Abstract: Abstract:An integrated optimal design method for the maximum drawing length (drawing limit) of stainless steel in hydro-mechanical deep-drawing is proposed. In this paper, three steps are adopted. The Finite Element Method based on the concept of the Taguchi technique is first used to simulate the processes of deep drawing at the considerations of all the possible significant parameters to the drawing limit, and then the parameters that have the convex curves on S/N diagram are chosen for optimal experimental designs according to the Taguchi experimental Method. On the last step, the hybrid of the artificial neural network with the genetic algorithm is used to find the optimal value from these parameters. With this solution, an experiment is fulfilled and compared. It is shown that the result obtained from the hybrid method is good agreement with experiment.
Relation: 81(8), pp.636-639
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/26525
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