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Transactions of Materials Processing
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Volume 10, Issue 7 - Dec 2001
Volume 10, Issue 6 - Oct 2001
Volume 10, Issue 5 - Sep 2001
Volume 10, Issue 4 - Aug 2001
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Jun 2001
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Proposal of the Stress Wave Concept and Its Applied Study as a Theory for the Dislocation Formation
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 10, issue 6, 2001, Pages 449~456
The concept of stress wave was introduced through the quantized kinetic energy which is related to the potentional energy change of atom, molecular bond energy. Differentiated molecular bond energy
)/du), if resversely stated, causing physically atomic displacement
. Such physical phenomena lead stress(force/area of applied force) can be expressed by wave equation of linearly quantized physical property. Through the stress wave concept, formation of dislocation, which could not explained easily from a theory of continuum mechanics, can be explained. Moreover, this linearly quantized stress wave equation with a stress concept for grains in a crystalline solid was applied to three typical metallic microstructures and a simple shape. The result appears to be a product from well treated equations of a quantized stress wave. From this result, it can be expected to answer the reason why the defect free and very fine diameters of long crystalline shapes exhibit ideal tensile strength of materials.
FE Analysis and Die Design of The Multi-stage Rectangular Deep Drawing Process with the Large Aspect Ratio
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 10, issue 6, 2001, Pages 456~464
Deep drawing and ironing are tile major process today in manufacturing of aluminum alloy battery case used in cellular phone. Most of these process require multi-stage ironing following the deep drawing and redrawing processes. The practical aspects of this technology are well known and gained through extensive experiment and production know-how. However, the fundamental aspects of these processes are relatively less known. Thus, it is expected that process analysis using FEM techniques would provide additional detailed information that could be utilized to improve the process condition. This paper illustrates the application of process modeling to deep drawing and redrawing operations. To verify the simulation results, the experimental investigations were also carried out on a real industrial product. The numerical analysis by FEM shows good agreement with the experimental results in view of the deformation shape of the product. A commercially available finite element code LS-DYNA3D was used to simulate deep drawing and redrawing operations.
Fracture Analysis of Hole Flanging Process for High Strength Steel Sheets
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 10, issue 6, 2001, Pages 465~470
Hole flanging experiments are performed on flat circular plates with a hole in the center and the flangeability and fracture behaviors of TRIP steels and ferrite-Bainite duplex steels were examined. In the hole flanging, deformation by lip and petalling occurs when plates are struck by punches of various shapes and high circumferential strains induced in the target material cause radial cracking and the subsequent rotation of the affected plate material in a number of symmetric petals. In all cases, failure of the plate was due to lip fracture that results from multiple localized neckings that take place around the hole periphery where straining is most severe and a somewhat regular pattern was observed in a fracture shape. The neck characteristics in flange formation and the transition from the lip to petal mode at which fracture occurs were compared with two materials.
An Experimental Approach and Finite Element Analysis on Rectangular Cup Drawing Process of Milli-Component Forming
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 10, issue 6, 2001, Pages 471~477
Milli-structure components are classified as a component group whose size is between macro and micro scales, that is, about smaller than 20mm and larger than 1mm. The forming of these components has a typical phenomenon of bulk deformation with thin sheets because of the forming size. In this study, milli-structure rectangular cup drawing is analyzed and measured using the finite element method and experiments. Special containers or cases of cellular phone vibrator to save installation space are produced by rectangular-shaped drawing. A systematic approach is established for the design and the experiment of the forming processes for rectangular milli-structure cases. To verify the simulation results, the experimental investigations were also carried out on a real industrial product. The numerical analysis by FEM shows good agreement with the experimental results in view of the deformation shape of the product.
Finite Element Analysis of Powdered Magnet Sinter-Forging Processes Considering Deformable Body Contact
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 10, issue 6, 2001, Pages 478~484
Tube Process (TP) is a process to produce permanent magnets using a deformable tube for densification of magnet powder. This process claims that it can accomplish both densification and anisotropication in one step forming. This process is distinguished from other processes since it uses a deformable copper tube for densification of magnet powder. In this paper, simulation has been carried out for tile Tube Process in a closed die considering the compressibility of powdered material, arbitrary curved shape and deformable body contact between Nd-Fe-B magnet powder and a copper tube. Results show that the finite element analysis of the Tube Process plays an important role in the stage of preform design.
A Theoretical and Experimental Study on the Plastic Flow in Porthole Extrusion
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 10, issue 6, 2001, Pages 485~492
The paper is concerned with plastic flow in the port and welding chamber of rectangular hollow section extrusion through the porthole die. The extrusion process is analyzed by numerical simulation and experiments in the unsteady state. The effects of types of inlet with and without taper on the flow and extrusion load are mainly discussed and compared by FEA and experiments. Experiments are carried out by using the plasticine as a model material at room temperature. To visualize the plastic flow in the extrusion process, some split dies and punches are designed and manufactured by EDM. The theoretical predictions by FEM are reasonable agreements with experimental results on the deformed configurations and welding lines.
Robust Design of Warpage in Injection-Molded Parts Using the Response Surface Methodology
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 10, issue 6, 2001, Pages 493~499
An optimal robust design methodology has been developed to minimize warpage in injection-molded pats. The response surface methodology was applied to obtain a functional relationship between design variables and warpage value, and the modified complex method was used as an optimization tool to search for an optimal design solution over prescribed design region. To attain robustness against process variations, Taguchi's SN ratio was introduced as the design metric. The proposed optimal design procedure was applied to an actual part, the Guide-ASF model of a fax machine, and the usefulness of the methodology was shown through the CAE simulation using a commercial injection molding software package.
Investigation into Net-Shape Manufacturing of Three-Dimensional Parts using VLM-SP and Its Applied Technology
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 10, issue 6, 2001, Pages 500~508
The integration of Rapid prototyping (RP) and Rapid Tooling (RT) has the potential for rapid net shaping of thee-dimensional parts, which have a geometrical complexity. In this study, a new R)P process, (VLM-SP), was proposed to manufacture net shapes of three-dimensional prototypes and it was shown that VLM-SP is an effective and economic process through the comparison of building time, building cost and dimensional accuracy for the test parts with the commercial RP processes ; LOM and FDM. In addition, the metal parts, which are a spanner shape and a clover punch, were produced by the plaster casting as one of RT using the prototypes of VLM-SP.