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Aerospace technology widely depend on the Strength-to-Density ratio of materials and Aluminum Alloys (Usually Al-7075 T6) is generally playing vital role in fulfilling these requirements. Al-7075 is often used in transport applications, including marine, automotive and aviation.Computer simulation is a popular instrument in the field of engineering to visualize the material behaviour. The phenomenon of indentation deformation is examined utilizing FEA for homogeneous materials. Thus this work describe the experimental and numerical simulation of indentation of (spherical) steel ball indenter on Al 7075 T6 Alclad and measure the hardness of that Al alloy by experimentally and numerically. The main objective is to compare the hardness of that material by experimentation and numerical simulation in Abaqus. This study shows that the numerical simulation result in ABAQUS are more accurate than experimental results.
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Wakeel, A., Nasir, M., Pasha, R., Anjum, N., & Shafique, J. (2018). Experimental and Numerical Simulation of Brinell Hardness Test of Al7075 Alclad T6 in Abaqus. Technical Journal, 23(01), 53-57. Retrieved from https://tj.uettaxila.edu.pk/index.php/technical-journal/article/view/698
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