PeiDong Wu

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Constitutive modeling of large strain behaviour of magnesium alloys

2011/12-2015/16 • $200,000 • PI
There has been considerable societal and government legislative pressure on automotive producers to reduce fuel consumption and exhaust gas emissions from vehicles. One of the most effective ways to achieve this is by the weight reduction that can be obtained by replacing steel and aluminum with...

Development of Finite Element models for a Swaging process

2015/16 • $25,000 • PI
Located in Mississauga, Ontario, Mersen Canada Toronto Inc. ( is a leader in the electrical power industry, manufacturing a variety of electronic components including fuses, switches, power resistors, DC bar contactors, laminated busbar and heat sinks. The growing use of...

Formability Enhancements of Automotive CC and DC Magnesium Sheet Materials Using Prestrain Annealing Technology

2010/11-2014/15 • $243,380 • PI,CO
Magnesium sheet is a promising material for automotive body applications. Experimental and numerical studies of formability of Direct Chill (DC) cast and Continuously Cast (CC) AZ31 magnesium sheet are proposed. These studies will investigate and exploit the prestrain annealing methodology and...

NSERC Magnesium Network (NSERC MagNET)

2010/11-2013/14 • $3,501,375 • PI,CO
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Constitutive modeling of large strain behaviour of magnesium alloys

2011/12-2013/14 • $120,000 • PI
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Characterizing tool wear under high performance green manufacturing conditions

2010/11-2012/13 • $307,360 • PI,CO
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Multi-scale development of advanced ultra-high strength steels and structures

2010/11 • $119,400 • PI,CO
Most of the research and development work which aims to produce advanced steels with high-strength and ductility has focused on the strengthening of a ductile matrix. Less work has been devoted to the approach of making strong (but brittle) material more ductile. This research takes a hierarchal...

Microstructural modelling of sheet metal formability

2010/11 • $23,000 • PI
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