EU project: "LoCoMaTech"

Low Cost Materials Processing Technologies for Mass Production of Lightweight Vehicles

  1. Ailing Wang, Jun Liu, Haoxiang Gao, Li-Liang Wang, Marc Masen, Hot stamping of AA6082 tailor welded blanks: experiments and knowledge-based cloud – finite element (KBC-FE) simulation, Journal of Materials Processing Technology Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 2017, in press.
  2. Y. Hu, L. Wang, D. J. Politis, M. A. Masen, Development of an interactive friction model for the prediction of lubricant breakdown behaviour during sliding wear, Tribology International Volume 110, June 2017, Pages 370–377, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.triboint.2016.11.005.
  3. Ailing Wang, Kai Zhong, Omer El Fakir, Jun Liu, Chaoyang Sun, LiLiang Wang, Jianguo Lin, T. A. Dean, Springback analysis of AA5754 after hot stamping: Experiments and FE modelling, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Pages: 1-14, ISSN: 0268-3768, 2016.
  4. Du Zhou, Xi Yuan, Haoxiang Gao, Ailing Wang, Jun Liu, Omer El Fakir, Denis J. Politis, Liliang Wang and Jianguo Lin, Knowledge Based Cloud FE Simulation of Sheet Metal Forming Process, Journal of Visualized Experiments (Invited, in press), 2016.
  5. Zheng Yang, Wang Ai-ling, Liu Xiao-chuan, Kang Ji, Wang Li-liang, Rajab Said, Knowledge based cloud FE simulation: data-driven material characterization guidelines for hot stamping of aluminium alloys, CSTP 2017, Ji Nan, China.
  6. Jun Liu, Ailing Wang, Yang Zheng, Xiaochuan Liu, Joao Gandra, Kathryn Beamish, Li-Liang Wang, Jianguo Lin, Hot stamping of AA6082 tailor welded blanks for automotive applications, International Conference on the Technology of Plasticity, ICTP 2017, 17-22 September 2017, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  7. H. Gao, D. J. Politis, X. Luan., K. Ji, Q. Zhang, Y. Zheng, M. Gharbi, L. Wang, Forming limit prediction for AA7075 alloys under hot stamping conditions, IDDRG 2017, Munich, 2-6. July 2017, LoCoMaTech Mini-Symposium, Session 900, Paper No 908.​
  8. R. W. Hall, A. Foster and A. Herrmann Praturlon, Hot Forming and Quenching Pilot Process Development for Low Cost and Low Environmental Impact Manufacturing,  IDDRG 2017, Munich, 2-6. July 2017, LoCoMaTech Mini-Symposium, Session 900, Paper No 907.
  9. N. Mekras, Using Artificial Neural Networks to model aluminium based sheet forming processes and tools details, IDDRG 2017, Munich, 2-6. July 2017, LoCoMaTech Mini-Symposium, Session 900, Paper No 910.
  10. R. Said, J.L. Babeau, V. Cerny, D. Szegda, D. Bassan, and L. Wang, Recent Developments and Challenges in Simulating the Forming of Ultra High Strengh Aluminium Sheets, IDDRG 2017, Munich, 2-6. July 2017, LoCoMaTech Mini-Symposium, Session 900.
  11. G. Anyasodor and C. Koroschetz, Industrial based volume manufacturing of lightweight aluminium alloy panel components with high-strength and complex-shape for car body and chassis structures, IDDRG 2017, Munich, 2-6. July 2017, LoCoMaTech Mini-Symposium, Session 900, Paper no 913.
  12. J. Schlosser, R. Schneider, W. Rimkus, R. Kelsch, F. Gerstner, D. K. Harrison & R. J. Grant, Materials and simulation modelling of a crash-beam performance – a comparison study showing the potential for weight saving using warm-formed ultra-high strength aluminium alloys, IDDRG 2017, Munich, 2-6. July 2017, LoCoMaTech Mini-Symposium, Session 900, Paper no 911.​
  13. Lukács, Zs., Tisza, M.: Systematic Process Improvement in Sheet Metal Forming in the Automotive Industry, Proceedings of the Conference on Vehicle Engineering, Miskolc, Hungary, 17-19. November 2016.
  14. Tisza, M., Budai, D.: Investigation of the formability of aluminium alloys at elevated temperatures, IOP Conf. Proceedings in Materials Science and Engineering 159 (2017) 012012 doi:10.1088/1757-899X/159/1/012012.
  15. Tisza, M.: Hot Forming of Boron Alloyed Manganese Steels, Materials Science Forum, Vol. 885 (2017) doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.885.25, pp. 25-30.
  16. Tisza, M.: Some special formability issues of high strength aluminum alloys, Materials Science Forum, Vol. 885 (2017) doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.885.98, pp. 98-103.
  17. Béres, G., Tisza, M.: The Effect of Tensile Strength on the Formability Parameters of Dual Phase Steels, Vehicle and Automotive Engineering, Springer Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, (2017) doi 10.1007/978-3-319-51189-4_19, pp. 197-204.
  18. Tisza, M., Lukács, Zs., Kovács, P. Z., Budai, D.: Investigation of low cost manufacturing of automotive parts made of aluminium alloy sheets, XXXI. microCAD International Conference, Miskolc, 20-21. April 2017. pp. 1-8.
  19. Tisza, M., Lukács, Zs., Kovács, P. Z., Budai, D.: Investigation of the formability of metallic alloys in hot forming conditions, ICIT&APT Intl. Conf. on Industrial Tools and Advanced Processing Technologies, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 24-26. April 2017.
  20. Tisza, M., Lukács, Zs., Kovács, P. Z., Budai, D.: Some recent developments in sheet metal forming for production of lightweight automotive parts, IDDRG 2017, Munich, 2-6. July 2017, LoCoMaTech Mini-Symposium, Session 900, Paper No 905.
  21. D.A. Dragatogiannis, I.D. Pantelis1, P.N. Karakizis, D.I. Pantelis and C.A. Charitidis,  Microstructural and mechanical properties of friction stir welded aluminum alloys reinforced with micro- and nano-particles, EUROMAT 2017, Thessaloniki, Greece,17-22 September 2017.