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External Inversion of Aluminium Tubes Under Static and Dynamic Compression


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Inversion of metal tubes has been acquired for many years to act as affect energy absorbers. Metal tubes turned inside-out or outside-in and tears via pressing them axially onto machine die. Experiments to find out about the exterior inversion ability of aluminium round tubes beneath quasi-static and dynamic axial conditions had been conducted. Also, FEM evaluation has been achieved and the equal is compared with experimental results.

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Inversion, Quasi-Static, Dynamic, Hypermesh, LS-Dyna, Impact, Compression.
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Authors

Mujeeb Pasha
Vemana Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, India
B. G. Vijayasimha Reddy
Vemana Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, India

Abstract


Inversion of metal tubes has been acquired for many years to act as affect energy absorbers. Metal tubes turned inside-out or outside-in and tears via pressing them axially onto machine die. Experiments to find out about the exterior inversion ability of aluminium round tubes beneath quasi-static and dynamic axial conditions had been conducted. Also, FEM evaluation has been achieved and the equal is compared with experimental results.

Keywords


Inversion, Quasi-Static, Dynamic, Hypermesh, LS-Dyna, Impact, Compression.

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