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Use of Processing Maps to Evaluate the Forming Condition during Ring Rolling
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Use of Processing Maps to Evaluate the Forming Condition during Ring Rolling
Lee, H.J.; Kang, G.P.; Kim, Y.H.;
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The control of the roll velocities is essential in maintaining stability during ring rolling, but such control is difficult. The determination of the best roll velocities can be helped with the use of FE simulations and processing maps, which give the useful information such as power dissipation and flow instability for hot metal forming processes. In the current study, the workability of 7050 aluminum alloy is evaluated by using processing map. With the developed information, the stability of the ring rolling condition, called the Constant Growth Velocity Condition (CGVC), is evaluated.
Constant Growth Velocity Condition(CGVC) Model;Processing Map;Ring Rolling;Workability;
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