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In the present work, the feasibility of creating low strength zones in flanges
of tailored hardened 22MnB5 is evaluated by means of the combining high and low
thermal conductivity tool materials. Finite Element (FE) simulations are performed in
order to determine the temperature distribution in sheets when different tool materials
and cooling strategies are applied. In addition, the feasibility of reducing the stress
acting on tools during hard cutting of 22MnB5 steels is assessed in case of punching
fully and partially hardened materials.
CitationLaumann, T. [et al.]. Hard cutting of tailored hardened 22MnB5. A: International Deep Drawing Research Group. "IDDRG conference proceedings: 50th anniversary conference: tools and technologies for the processing of ultra high strength steels". Graz: Technischen Universität Graz, 2010, p. 355-362.
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