# European developments in simulating forming processes using three-dimensional finite-element analysis

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## Abstract

The development of nonlinear finite-element methods has enabled the analysis of many complex problems. This article overviews current applications and developments in three-dimensional finite-element plasticity techniques for modeling metal-forming processes. The overview covers the period 1986–1991 and concentrates predominantly on nonproprietary work in Europe, although some reference to work in the Far East is included.

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Bevel Gear Numerical Meth Dimensional Finite Element Metal Form Process Dimensional Finite Element AnalysisThese keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

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