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Comparison of different sensor technologies to monitor a forging process

Abstract : Nowadays, numerical simulations are more and more used in forging industry, and their predictability is validated through a comparison with experiments. But sometimes simulations and experiments provide significantly different results. And quite often, the models implemented in simulations are taken for responsible of this divergence with experimental results. But results experimentally obtained can also be discussed. Depending on the operatory conditions, and the type of sensor used, measured results can be different. Moreover, integrating sensors is not an easy task for forging processes, as sensors could be exposed to harsh environment with high speeds, high forces, high temperatures, radiations, … In this paper data for displacement and force measured by different sensors are compared. Advantages of different sensor technology are discussed in the case of hot forging processes performed with energy piloted machines.
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Camille Jeanne Margot Durand, Ludovic Freund, Cyrille Baudouin, Régis Bigot, Jean-Dominique Guerin. Comparison of different sensor technologies to monitor a forging process. 24th International ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming, ESAFORM 2021, Apr 2021, Liège, Belgique. ⟨10.25518/esaform21.1475⟩. ⟨hal-03711634⟩

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