Das, Suchandan K (2013) Neural network modelling of flow stress and mechanical properties for hot strip rolling of TRIP steel using efficient learning algorithm. Ironmaking and Steelmaking, 40(4) (IF- 0.559). pp. 298-304.
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Transformation induced plasticity (TRIP) steels exhibit excellent strength and ductility and can be engineered to provide excellent formability for manufacturing complex parts. In this study, a data driven multi-input multi-output multilayer perceptron based neural network model has been developed to predict the flow stress, yield strength, ultimate tensile strength and elongation as a function of composition and thermomechanical processing parameters for strip rolling of TRIP steels. The input parameters in this generalised regression artificial neural network (ANN) model are steel chemistry, cooling rate and finish roll temperature. The network training architecture has been optimised using the Broyden–Fletcher–Goldfarb–Shanno algorithm to minimise the network training error within few training cycles. The algorithm facilitates a faster convergence of network training and testing errors. There has been an excellent agreement between the ANN model predictions and the target (measured) values for flow stress and mechanical properties depicted by the respective regression fit between these values.
|Neural network model, TRIP steel, Flow stress, Mechanical properties, Hot rolling, Network optimisation algorithm
|Mathematical Modelling and Simulation
|Dr. A K Sahu
|07 Sep 2012 16:53
|15 May 2013 13:21
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