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    Abstract Cold roll forming, as a metal plastic forming process, is still mainly used in industrial production by the trial-and-error method, which wastes a lot of time and materials. In this paper, the C-channel steel is taken as the research object. First, the empirical equations of forming passes are verified and analyzed, then the cold roll forming model of C-channel steel is established, the forming quality of each pass and the stress-strain distribution of the whole sheet metal are analyzed, and the validity of the model is verified by experiments. The residual stresses of the web zone and flange of the finished product were measured. The results show that the empirical formulas are still not universal and the forming quality of the bite zone is poor. It needs to be adjusted by improving the distribution of deformation. The external surface of the C-channel steel is undertensile stress, while the internal surface is undercompressive stress, and the residual stresses of the flange are far greater than those of the web zone. The research provides a reference for the design of the bite zone and the number of forming passes. Keywords: cold roll forming, C-channel steel, forming passes calculation, bite zone, residual stress, X ray diffractometer 1. Introduction Cold roll forming, as an energy-saving and material-saving metal cold forming process, is widely used in construction, automobile, railway, aerospace, and other fields.

    They also established a first-order response surface model between the above parameters and springback. By using the above methods, they optimized the roll profile and also analyzed a twelve passes roll forming process of channel section with an outer edge. Li et al.

    Forming Quality Analysis on the Cold Roll Forming C-channel Steel

    Xu and Wang [ 7 ] using Prandtl-Reuss flow rule and Mises yield criterion and Updated-Lagrangian increment repeatedly method to study the metal flow ruler from unsteady to steady. Zheng [ 8 ] simulated the springback in cold roll forming and found that the mechanical properties of material, sheet thickness, forming angle and roll distance have effects on springback, and the springback law could not be calculated by the general springback formula.

    Heislitz et al. They adopted eight-node solid elements to generate mesh for long sheet and four-node shell elements to simulate roll surface.

    Sukmoo et al. By studying the ICF incremental counter forming process, Park et al. Liu et al.

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    Jiang et al. Jeong et al. Cai et al. Some scholars have studied the cold roll forming process parameters that affect the forming quality.

    Luo et al. Chen et al. Bui et al. Bidabadi et al. They found that the forming angle increment was the key factor affecting the hole ovality. Most of the above researches focused on the reliability of simulation model and the effects of process parameters.

    Few researches are done on residual stress of cold roll forming. Weng et al. When compared with the saw-cutting method, it can greatly reduce the external disturbance caused by heating, clamping, and vibration.

    Zeng studied the residual stress on welding line and established a prediction model for it [ 22 ]. In three dimensions, these points will lie on a non-circular cylindrical surface having its axis parallel to the machine axis. Assuming that these points are joined by a smooth curve, the forming path of a point on the strip as it passes through the roll forming process can be obtained as a plane curve on the plane development of this surface.

    It was shown in previous work that the longitudinal membrane strain and, in certain cases, local curvature of the sheet are functions of the slope of this plane curve. In this work, the strains on both surfaces at the edge of a strip in the forming of a simple V-channel are measured using strain gauges. It is shown that near the point of contact with the rolls, the strains differ by nearly an order of magnitude from those determined from the simple model which assumes that the trajectory is a smooth curve.

    A modification of the forming path is obtained from the measured bending strains.

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    Although the changes in displacement are small, the peak values of strain near the point of roll contact are large and a consequence of highly localised changes in the forming path as the strip passes over each roll. Measurement of this perturbation in the forming path is difficult as the region is obscured by the forming rolls. The technique described here permits the reconstruction of this path and identifies a new area of investigation of longitudinal strains in roll forming.

    These are often associated with shape defects such as bow, warping and end flare. Preview Unable to display preview.

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