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WORKSHOP 3

BREAK FORMING

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● Model Description
● A flat sheet is formed into an angled bracket by punching it
through a hole in a rigid table. The cylindrical punch drives the
sheet (workpiece) to a total stroke of 0.3 inch. The punch then
returns to its original position. This exercise makes use of simple,
straightforward movements of rigid bodies.

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● Objective
● Illustrate setting up of a multi-step analysis and the use of rigid
surfaces charged with shaping a malleable workpiece.
● Required
● break_forming.igs

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● Suggested Exercise Steps
1. Import the geometry from an IGES file.
2. Mesh the workpiece.
3. Create the material properties.
4. Apply boundary conditions, and contact bodies.
5. Create two Loadcases.
6. Create and submit the analysis job.
7. Post-process results.

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Step 1. Files: Save As

Open a new database named


bracket:
a. Open the FILES menu. b
b. Click SAVE AS.
c. Enter SELECTION:
<work_directory>\brack
et
c
d. Click OK.
e. Click RETURN. d

In this document:
[Enter] means clicking the key on the keyboard (“carriage return”).
RETURN refers to MSC Marc Mentat’s button with such a label (below).

e
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Step 2. Files: Import / Iges

Import the IGES file:


a. Open the FILES menu. c
b. Click INTERFACES IMPORT.
c. Click IGES.
d. Select break_forming.igs.
e. Click OK.
f. Click MAIN.

b
f
In this document:
[Enter] means clicking the
key on the keyboard
(“carriage return”).
RETURN refers to MSC Marc
Mentat’s button with such a d
label (below).

e
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Step 3. Mesh Generation: Convert / Surfaces to Elements

c
a

Create mesh for the model:


a. Click MESH GENERATION.
b. Click CONVERT.
c. Click DIVISIONS,
d. Enter the number of convert
divisions in U and V :
80 6 [Enter].
e. Click SURFACES TO
ELEMENTS.
f. Select surface 1 as shown in
e
the picture and right-click to
end list. g
g. Click RETURN. b
f
When selecting list entities,
pressing the right mouse button
(with the cursor anywhere inside the
viewport) is equivalent to clicking on
Mentat’s END LIST (#).

d
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Step 4. Mesh Generation: Sweep / All

Remove duplicate nodes:


b
a. Click SWEEP.
b. Click ALL.
c. Click RETURN.
d. Click
RENUMBER.
e. Click ALL.
f. Click MAIN.
c

d e

f
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Step 5. Material Properties: New / Tables / Plastic_Strain
c

Create the material properties:


a. Click MATERIAL
PROPERTIES twice.
b. Click TABLES.
c. Click NEW.
d. Click 1 INDEP. VARIABLE.

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Step 5. Material Properties: New / Tables / Plastic_Strain (Cont.)

e
e. Click Table TYPE.
f. Click eq_plastic_strain.

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Step 5. Material Properties: New / Tables / Plastic_Strain (Cont.)
h

g. Click DATA POINTS:


ADD and then enter the
data from the table
below:

Strain Stress
0 50000
0.1 63000
0.2 69000
0.3 74000 g
0.5 83000
0.8 94000
1.0 100000

h. Click FIT.
i. Click RETURN.

i
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Step 6. Material Properties: New / Isotropic

a
b c

d e

a. Click NEW.
b. Click NAME.
c. Enter material name : steel
[Enter].
d. Click ISOTROPIC. h
e. Click YOUNG’S
MODULUS.
f. Enter value for
‘youngs_modulus’ : 3e7
[Enter].
g. Similarly, input
‘poissons_ratio’ : 0.3
[Enter], ‘mass density’ :
0.00074 [Enter].
h. Select ELASTIC-PLASTIC.

f
g
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Step 6. Material Properties: New / Isotropic (Cont.)

i. Click INITIAL YIELD STRESS.


i k
j. Enter value for ‘yield_stress’ : 1
[Enter].
k. Click TABLE (PLASTIC STRAIN). m
l. Select table1.
m. Click OK on both the sub forms.

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Step 6. Material Properties: New / Isotropic (Cont.)

n. Click ELEMENTS ADD.


o. Click ALL EXIST.
p. Click TABLES.

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Step 7. Create Punch Position History Table

a b

Create the Punch position history: g


a. Click NEW.
b. Make sure it is 1 INDEP. c
VAR. d
c. Click TYPE.
d. Click time.
e. Click DATA POINTS: ADD
f. Enter tabular data point :
0, 0 [Enter]
0.5, -0.3 [Enter]
1, 0 [Enter].
g. Click FIT.
h. Click MAIN. e

h
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Step 8. Boundary Conditions: New/Mechanical/Fixed Displacement

b
c

a
e
Create the Symmetry Boundary f
Condition:
a. Click BOUNDARY
CONDITIONS.
b. Click NEW.
c. Click NAME.
d. Enter boundary condition name : g
symmetry_x [Enter]
e. Click MECHANICAL.
f. Click FIXED DISPLACEMENT.
g. Select DISPLACEMENT X.
h. Click OK.

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Step 8. Boundary Conditions: New/Mechanical/Fixed Displacement (Cont.)

i. Click NODES ADD.


j. Select all the nodes on the x=0 line.
k. Click END LIST (#).
l. Click RETURN.

j
i

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Step 9. Boundary Conditions: New / Mechanical / Gravity Load

a
b

d
Create a loading for the gravity:
a. Click NEW.
b. Click NAME.
c. Enter boundary condition
name : gravity [Enter].
d. Click MECHANICAL. e
e. Click GRAVITY LOAD.
f. Select ACCELERATION Y.
g. Enter value for y: -386.4 f
[Enter].
h. Click OK.
h

g
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Step 9. Boundary Conditions: New / Mechanical / Gravity Load (Cont.)

i. Click ELEMENTS ADD.


j. Click ALL EXIST.
k. Click MAIN.

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Step 10. Contact: New / Contact Bodies / Deformable

Create a deformable contact body:


a. Click CONTACT. c
b. Click CONTACT BODIES.
c. Click DEFORMABLE.
d. Click OK.
a
e. Click NAME.
f. Enter contact body name : g
workpiece [Enter].
g. Click ELEMENTS ADD. b
h. Click ALL: EXIST.

h
d

f
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Step 11. Plot: Label / Curves

Label curves:
a. Click PLOT.
b
b. Unselect the following:
DRAW: NODES d
DRAW: POINTS b
c. Select CURVES: c
SETTINGS.
d. Select LABELS.
e. Click REGEN.
f. Click RETURN on both
the subforms.

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Step 12. Contact: New / Contact Bodies / Rigid
c
a
b

d e f
Create rigid body:
a. Click NEW.
b. Click NAME.
c. Enter contact body name :
punch [Enter].
g i
d. Click RIGID.
e. Click POSITION.
f. Click PARAMETERS for
Position.
h
g. Click POSITION: Y
h. Enter value for ‘py’: 1 [Enter].
i. Click TABLE.
j. Select table2.
k. Click OK on the Subforms. j

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Step 12. Contact: New / Contact Bodies / Rigid (Cont.)

l. Click CURVES: ADD.


m. Select the circular curve.
n. Click END LIST (#).

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Step 12. Contact: New / Contact Bodies / Rigid (Cont.)
o
p

r
o. Click NEW.
p. Click NAME.
q. Enter contact body name
: table [Enter]. t
r. Click RIGID.
s. Click OK. s
t. Click CURVES: ADD
u. Pick all curves except the
circle. q
v. Click END LIST (#).

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Step 12. Contact: New / Contact Bodies / Rigid (Cont.)

w. Click ID Contact.
x. Click FLIP CURVES.
y. Pick the following
curves:1, 3, 4, 5, 7
and click END LIST
(#).
z. Click MAIN.

y
y

w
x

y
z
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Step 13. Loadcases: New / Mechanical / Static

b
c

a d e
g

Create load cases:


a. Click LOADCASES.
b. Click NAME.
c. Enter loadcase name : push
[Enter]. j
d. Click MECHANICAL.
e. Click STATIC. i
f. Click TOTAL LOADCASE
TIME.
f
g. Enter loadcase parameter
value : 0.5 [Enter].
h. Click MULTI-CRITERIA. h
i. Click SOLUTION CONTROL.
j. Select NON-POSITIVE
DEFINITE.
k
k. Click OK.
l. Click OK.
l
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Step 13. Loadcases: New / Mechanical / Static (Cont.)

n
m

m. Click COPY.
n. Click NAME.
o. Enter loadcase name :
release [Enter].
p. Click MAIN.
o

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Step 14. Jobs: New / Mechanical

b
Create an analysis job:
a. Click JOBS.
b. Click MECHANICAL.
c. Select push and release
loadcases, in that order.
d. Select PLANE STRAIN.
e. Click ANALYSIS OPTIONS. c

e d

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Step 14. Jobs: New / Mechanical (Cont.)

f. Select LARGE STRAIN.


g. Click OK.
h. Click JOB RESULTS. f

g
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Step 14. Jobs: New / Mechanical (Cont.)

i
j

i. Select (from Available Element Scalars):


Equivalent Von Mises Stress, and
Total Equivalent Plastic Strain.
j. Select (from Available Element Tensors):
Global Stress.
k. Click OK on all the subforms.
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Step 15. Jobs: Run / Submit 1

a. Submit the analysis job:


b. Click RUN. b
c. Click SAVE MODEL
c
d. Click SUBMIT (1).
e. Click MONITOR. d
f. Click OK.
g. Click MAIN.

f e
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Step 16. Results: Open Default / Monitor / Def Only

b
h

Read Results, and postprocess:


a. Click RESULTS.
b. Click OPEN DEFAULT.
c. Click DEF ONLY. c
d. Click CONTOUR BANDS.
e. Click SCALAR.
d
f. Select Total Equivalent
Plastic Strain.
g. Click OK.
h. Click MONITOR.
e

a f

g
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Step 16. Results: Open Default / Monitor / Def Only (Cont.)

i. Click SCAN, Select the


Increment corresponding
to Time = 0.5, and Click
OK.

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Step 16. Results: Open Default / Monitor / Def Only (Cont.)

k. Click LAST.

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Step 17. Create a graph Punch Force Vs. Time

b
e
c
a

a. Click HISTORY PLOT.


b. Click COLLECT GLOBAL DATA.
c. Click NODES/VARIABLES.
d. Click ADD GLOBAL CRV.
e. Enter Time as X-axis variable and
Force Y punch as Y-axis
variable.
f. Click FIT.
g. Click MAIN.

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Step 18. Re-analyze the model with more accuracy
● The Punch Force Vs. Time graph obtained from the analysis does not seem to be very
smooth. This is a typical outcome when the convergence tolerance is too large.
● Re-analyze the model with a tighter convergence tolerance, and draw a new Punch
Force Vs. Time graph. Use Relative Residual Force of 0.01 (Default = 0.1).
● Hints: Modify both the load cases using the following steps, and re-submit the job:
LOADCASES: Select the load case
STATIC
CONVERGENCE TOLERENCE
RELATIVE FORCE TOLERENCE: 0.01
OK
OK

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When you are done working with this model
a. Click on

b. then click on

c. and finally click on

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