By Shailendra Kumar, Hussein M. A. Hussein
This e-book contains chapters on examine paintings performed around the world within the sector of man-made intelligence (AI) functions in sheet steel forming. the 1st bankruptcy bargains an creation to numerous AI innovations and sheet steel forming, whereas next chapters describe conventional procedures/methods utilized in a variety of sheet steel forming approaches, and concentrate on the automation of these techniques by way of AI strategies, equivalent to KBS, ANN, GA, CBR, and so on. characteristic reputation and the manufacturability review of sheet steel components, approach making plans, strip-layout layout, making a choice on the kind and dimension of die elements, die modeling, and predicting die lifestyles are one of the most very important features of sheet steel paintings. characteristically, those actions are hugely experience-based, tedious and time eating. In reaction, researchers in different international locations have utilized quite a few AI strategies to automate those actions, that are coated during this ebook. This publication may be important for engineers operating in sheet steel industries, and may serve to supply destiny path to younger researchers and scholars operating within the area.
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A bend is a SBend when direction of this bend and previous bend in the graph are opposite. Fig. 1 31 Classiﬁcation of Feature Faces for Deformation Sheet-Metal Features The faces in a sheet-metal part model associated with an individual “deformation feature” are classiﬁed as follows: Created End Faces (CEFs)—Newly created faces in the base-sheet corresponding to the end faces of the created deformation feature in the deformed sheet. The CEFs are further classiﬁed as Created Wall End Faces (CWEFs) and Created Bend End Faces (CBEFs) depending on the basic deformation feature type as shown in Fig.
1 Number and Arrangement of Boundary Shell Faces Feature’s shell faces coincide with the sheet-metal part’s outer boundary shell faces are referred as boundary shell faces. Based on this factor, deformation features are classiﬁed into four classes as deﬁned below: Interior These are the deformation features which do not coincide with the outer boundary shell faces of the part. K. Gupta et al. Fig. 22 Examples of type of defamation features based on ‘number and arrangement of boundary shell faces’ which are common to the outer boundary shell faces of the part (means BSSFs = 0 and BCSFs = 0).
This classiﬁcation of shape features (Liu et al. 2004) along with the sections of these features in sheet-metal part is presented in Fig. 3. Manufacturing feature classiﬁcation for sheet-metal features has been presented by Kannan and Shunmugam (2009). The manufacturing features in sheet-metal parts are classiﬁed into four major classes: cut, stretched, drawn, and bent as (a) Typical sheet-metal features (b) Classification scheme of sheet-metal features Fig. 3 Classiﬁcation of shape features in sheet-metal parts (Liu et al.
AI Applications in Sheet Metal Forming by Shailendra Kumar, Hussein M. A. Hussein