Self-Piercing riveting process is a new technology for joining sheet metals in automobile and aircraft industries. This process has many advantages over conventional joining processes. In this thesis, failure of a self-piercing riveted joint is investigated. Failure of three different riveted configurations under 35m/s and 60m/s velocities were predicted using the general purpose non-linear finite element software LS-DYNA. Detailed discussion about methods of simulation and spring-back analysis have been written in this document.Biografía del autor:
Master of Mechanical Engineering from Wichita State University, KS, USA with hands on experience in CAE/FEA. Worked as a research assistant under Dr. Lankarani for various projects and Currently working as a Stress Engineer at Recaro Aircraft Seating America's Inc.
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