Effects of anisotropic yield functions on prediction of forming limit diagrams of DP600 advanced high strength steel
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In recent years, numerous researchers have reported that the predicted forming limit diagrams strongly depend on the method of determining the material parameters used in the yield functions and the corresponding the shape of the yield surface. In this study, the capability of different yield functions to predict the forming limit diagram of DP600 advanced high strength steel sheet is investigated. Additionally, the effects of determination method of the anisotropic parameters on the forming limit diagram are studied. The yield functions proposed by Hill-48, Barlat-89, and YLD2000-2d are considered and the forming limit diagrams are constructed using the Marciniak Kuczynski model. Results reveal that predictions using different yield functions are lower than the experimental forming limits. In terms of shape and tendency, the YLD2000-2d curve is best suited for representing experimental curve. (C) 2014 Published by Elsevier Ltd.