Similarity Rules for the Shot Peening Process Based on Finite Element Simulations

M. Klemenz, Thomas Hochrainer, L. Delonnoy, V. Schulze, O. Vöhringer, P. Gumbsch

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Abstract

Multiple shot impacts are analyzed using a three-dimensional Finite Element model
with a user defined temperature- and strain-rate-dependent material formulation.
Based on this analysis, a method was developed for the prediction of changes in the
material state in areas close to the surface by applying similarity mechanics. This
approach provides a tool for the quick estimation of interesting work piece properties after peening especially when a vast field of process parameter variations has to be analyzed. The predictions of the applied similarity mechanics were compared with an explicit Finite Element analysis.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings International Conference on Shot Peening 9
Place of PublicationNoisy-le-Grand
Pages94-99
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Shot peening
Mechanics
Strain rate
Finite element method
Temperature

Keywords

  • finite element analysis
  • similarity mechanics
  • residual stresses

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Materials Science(all)

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Klemenz, M., Hochrainer, T., Delonnoy, L., Schulze, V., Vöhringer, O., & Gumbsch, P. (2005). Similarity Rules for the Shot Peening Process Based on Finite Element Simulations. In Proceedings International Conference on Shot Peening 9 (pp. 94-99). Noisy-le-Grand.

Similarity Rules for the Shot Peening Process Based on Finite Element Simulations. / Klemenz, M.; Hochrainer, Thomas; Delonnoy, L.; Schulze, V.; Vöhringer, O.; Gumbsch, P.

Proceedings International Conference on Shot Peening 9. Noisy-le-Grand, 2005. p. 94-99.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

Klemenz, M, Hochrainer, T, Delonnoy, L, Schulze, V, Vöhringer, O & Gumbsch, P 2005, Similarity Rules for the Shot Peening Process Based on Finite Element Simulations. in Proceedings International Conference on Shot Peening 9. Noisy-le-Grand, pp. 94-99.
Klemenz M, Hochrainer T, Delonnoy L, Schulze V, Vöhringer O, Gumbsch P. Similarity Rules for the Shot Peening Process Based on Finite Element Simulations. In Proceedings International Conference on Shot Peening 9. Noisy-le-Grand. 2005. p. 94-99
Klemenz, M. ; Hochrainer, Thomas ; Delonnoy, L. ; Schulze, V. ; Vöhringer, O. ; Gumbsch, P. / Similarity Rules for the Shot Peening Process Based on Finite Element Simulations. Proceedings International Conference on Shot Peening 9. Noisy-le-Grand, 2005. pp. 94-99
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