The main objective of this course is to teach students how to integrate fundamental knowledge about materials, mechanics, numerical analyses and computer sciences in the design of complex forming technologies based on plastic deformation of materials. For efficient solutions of future technological challenges in the area of material forming, we will teach students how to apply modern M5 methods for analyses of forming processes that include treatment of coupled thermomechanical problems by taking into account different physical fields at various time and length scales; analyses of contact problems between deformable bodies; sensitivity analyses of M5 processes; inverse modelling; formulations of objective and constraint functions for M5 processes and methods for their optimisation.
Students will be solving practical M5 problems related to workpieces, tools, contact surfaces and forming mechanics with virtual models based on finite element method and in the scope of laboratory exercises. The course will be integrated into an international network that is being developed in the scope of TEMPUS projects and international collaboration with Mediterranean countries, the Alpine region and the Western Balkans.
Materials and Metallurgy (MAG)
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