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High-temperature Deformation Behavior of 5052 Aluminum Alloy for Hot Shearing Process
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High-temperature Deformation Behavior of 5052 Aluminum Alloy for Hot Shearing Process
Song, Shin-Hyung; Choi, Woo Chun;
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Hot shearing is a method of producing various high-quality planar machine parts by using reduced punch load. In order to predict the results of this process, the deformation behavior of work material at elevated temperatures need to be studied. In this research, a tensile test was carried out for 5052 aluminum alloy at high temperatures of and strain rates of 0.001-0.1/s. The results of the tensile tests were studied to predict the deformation of the alloy during the hot shearing process. The results showed that hot shearing within a temperature range of and a strain rate rage of 0.001-01/s will be the most effective in reducing punch load and increasing the sheared edge in the case of 5052 aluminum alloy.
5052 aluminum alloy;High temperatures;Tensile test;Hot shearing;
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