AI Applications in Sheet Metal Forming by Shailendra Kumar, Hussein M. A. Hussein

By Shailendra Kumar, Hussein M. A. Hussein

This ebook includes chapters on study paintings performed around the world within the sector of man-made intelligence (AI) purposes in sheet steel forming. the 1st bankruptcy deals an creation to varied AI thoughts and sheet steel forming, whereas next chapters describe conventional procedures/methods utilized in numerous sheet steel forming methods, and concentrate on the automation of these approaches by way of AI options, akin to KBS, ANN, GA, CBR, and so forth. characteristic popularity and the manufacturability evaluation of sheet steel components, strategy making plans, strip-layout layout, opting for the sort and measurement of die parts, die modeling, and predicting die existence are probably the most very important features of sheet steel paintings. regularly, those actions are hugely experience-based, tedious and time eating. In reaction, researchers in numerous international locations have utilized numerous AI strategies to automate those actions, that are lined during this ebook. This booklet can be beneficial 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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1994; Nalluri 1994; Jha 1998; Subramani 2005) are used for features associated with addition or subtraction of volume to/from a base-solid. These are also defined as machining features (Kailash et al. 2001; Sunil and pande 2009) if features are associated with subtraction of material and can be realized using machining operations. A feature is defined as the smallest building block that can be modified individually (Kulkarni and Deshpande 2008; Tickoo and Maini 2010). A part in a product is a combination of a number of individual features and each feature is related to other features directly or indirectly.

Figure 5 shows a sample of design guidelines for bending parts. Experienced die designers and process planners generally use some basic guidelines to assess manufacturability of sheet metal parts. A sample of these basic Feature Extraction and Manufacturability … Fig. 4 Design guidelines for sheet metal parts used in automotive industry (Suh 1988) Fig. 5 A sample of design guidelines for bending parts (Farsi and Arezoo 2009) 49 50 S. Kumar et al. guidelines is given as under (Kumar et al. 2006; Naranje and Kumar 2011, 2014; Kashid and Kumar 2013): (1) The minimum width of sheet metal part is a function of sheet thickness.

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