Resulting material and structural properties after hydroforming processes
- Conference date: 18-20 April 2007
- Location: Zaragoza (Spain)
The paper is concerned both with new developments associated to optimization and control of hydroforming processes for the manufacturing of metallic liners used for hydrogen storage, and with the analysis of resulting material properties after the sequence of forming and hydroforming processes. In the first approach, an optimization procedure is proposed, consisting to determine the hydroforming pressure through an incremental step by step optimization scheme. In the second approach, one proposes a control loop running overall the process based on the adjustment of the volume of fluid in the inner tube cavity. Then an application corresponding to the hydroforming of metallic liners for hydrogen storage is related, and finally the resulting material properties of a sequence involving forming, trimming and hydroforming are related.
- Materials properties
- Hydrogen storage
- Materials analysis
- Process monitoring and control
- Sequence analysis
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