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The processing time estimation of the hull panel roll bending based on elastic and plastic deformation theory

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Title
The processing time estimation of the hull panel roll bending based on elastic and plastic deformation theory
Author
Qiu, HaiXiong, ShupingQu, Shipeng
Keywords
Average errors;  Elastic and plastic deformation;  Estimated error;  Estimation models;  Final state;  Processing time;  Roll bending;  Ship plates
Issue Date
2012-08
Publisher
Haerbin Gongcheng Daxue/Harbin Engineering University
Citation
HARBIN GONGCHENG DAXUE XUEBAO/JOURNAL OF HARBIN ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY, v.33, no.8, pp.948 - 955
Abstract
In order to estimate the hull panel roll bending processing time accurately, first, both the panel's elastic and plastic deformations in the hull panel roll bending processing were analyzed along with the final state after roll bending processing. Then, a model of hull panel processing time was developed. The model was further evaluated by comparing its estimated processing time for different hull panels with the practically measured data. The results show no significant difference between the top roll positions calculated based on elastic and plastic deformation theory and the actual positions. There was no significant difference in processing time between the estimation from the proposed model and the actual measured processing time; all estimated errors were within 10% (the average error was 5%). Therefore, the proposed estimation model of ship plate processing time based on elastic and plastic deformation theory is reasonable and feasible for real practice.
URI
https://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/4155
DOI
10.3969/j.issn.1006-7043.201110013
ISSN
1006-7043
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