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Design of eccentric forging process for camber bolts using finite element method
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 Title & Authors
Design of eccentric forging process for camber bolts using finite element method
Kim, Kwan-Woo; Qiu, Yuan-Gen; Cho, Hae-Yong;
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 Abstract
A new eccentric forging process for camber bolts has been suggested in this study. The camber bolt is manufactured by a two-step process: the typical forging process for normal bolts and the trimming process for the eccentric flange. The processes are performed under high forging load and generate a large amount of chip during trimming. A new forging process has been required in order to overcome these problems. The eccentric forging is the new process in which the load axis is offset from the central axis, as against central load applied in a typical forging process. The eccentric forging process could reduce forging load and save the amount of chip. In order to manufacture camber bolts by an optimum process, it is required to adjust the geometry of eccentric die and the offset from the central axis.
 Keywords
Eccentric forging;Camber bolts;Forging process;Finite element method;Trimming;
 Language
Korean
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