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Volume 18, Issue 8 - Dec 2009
Volume 18, Issue 7 - Nov 2009
Volume 18, Issue 6 - Oct 2009
Volume 18, Issue 5 - Aug 2009
Volume 18, Issue 4 - Jul 2009
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Jun 2009
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Apr 2009
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Near Net Shape Design of an Exhaust CAM for Vessel Engine
Yeom, J.T. ; Kim, J.H. ; Kim, J.H. ; Hong, J.K. ; Lee, J.S. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 18, issue 8, 2009, Pages 589~595
DOI : 10.5228/KSPP.2009.18.8.589
The hot forming process of an exhaust CAM for vessel engine was designed by finite element(FE) simulation and experimental analysis. An aim of process design was to achieve the near-net shaped CAM forgings by hot forging process. Based on the compression test results of the low alloy steel, power dissipation map was generated using the the dynamic materials model(DMM). From the map, the initial heating temperature was determined as 1200oC. FE analysis was simulated to predict the formation of forging defects and deformed shape with different forging designs. Optimum process design suggested in this work was made by comparing with the CAM for vessel engine manufactured by actual forging process.
A Numerical Prediction of the Forming Limit Diagram Considering Damage Evolution
Kim, K.T. ; Song, J.H. ; Lee, G.A. ; Lee, H.W. ; Kim, S.H. ; Lee, Y.S. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 18, issue 8, 2009, Pages 596~600
DOI : 10.5228/KSPP.2009.18.8.596
Finite element simulation is an alternative method to practically find the forming limit diagram(FLD). In this paper, the novel fracture criterion is utilized to predict the FLD in conjunction with finite element analysis for sheet forming. The principal scheme of the fracture criterion in this paper is that growth of the micro voids leads up to fracture in the viewpoint of micro-mechanics. The numerical FLD is verified by results of the out-of plane stretching test using hemispherical punch. The verification is also conducted about two types of material. These results are in good accord with the experimental results. Especially, the proposed scheme is appropriate to predict FLDs for a restricted material with low ductility after the instability point or ultimate tensile strength.
A Study on the Forming Process of Stair Type Side Sill for Automobile using DP780
Suh, C.H. ; Shin, H.D. ; Jung, Y.C. ; Park, C.D. ; Lim, Y.H. ; Kim, Y.S. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 18, issue 8, 2009, Pages 601~606
DOI : 10.5228/KSPP.2009.18.8.601
High strength steels are widely used for lightweight automobile parts and the control of springback is very important in sheet metal forming. The object of this study is to develop the forming process for stair type side sill made of high strength steel, DP780. Stair type side sill with local formed area and geometry change area can improve stiffness and design freedom but there are few studies for forming process. The forming technology considered in this paper is form type process, which has many advantages for forming of high strength steel compared with draw type process. Finite element analysis is carried out to predict formability and springback. It is shown that angle calibration of die is essential for reducing springback, and local forming involving bead is effective to control springback also. The effectiveness of local forming and angle calibration is verified by experimental.
Analysis of the Room Temperature Fitting Process for Assembling the Part(Valve Seat and Cylinder Head)
Bae, J.H. ; Kim, M.S. ; Woo, T.K. ; Kim, T.J. ; Ho, J.D. ; Kim, C. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 18, issue 8, 2009, Pages 607~616
DOI : 10.5228/KSPP.2009.18.8.607
There are three sub-processes associated with the assembly of the valve seat and cylinder head; heat fitting, cold fitting, and shrink fitting. In the heat fitting stage, the cylinder head is heated to a specified temperature and then squeezed toward the outer diameter of the valve seat. The cold fitting process cools the valve seat and safely squeezes it toward the inner diameter of cylinder head. However, these methods increased the installations & running cost and curtailed productivity. To address these problems, we analyzed the shrink fitting process using the contact pressure caused by fitting interference between the outer diameter of the valve seat and the inner diameter of the cylinder head. In this study, a closed form equation for predicting the contact pressure and fitting load is proposed. For quality control of the assembly line, principal factors of the shrink fitting process influenced in contact pressure were simulated by the FEM. Actual loads measured in the field showed good agreement with the results obtained by theoretical and finite element analysis.
A study on Linear Pattern Fabrication of Plate-type Polymer by Using Thermal Nano Imprint Lithography Process
Joung, Y.N. ; Lee, C.S. ; Youn, S.W. ; Kang, C.G. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 18, issue 8, 2009, Pages 616~624
DOI : 10.5228/KSPP.2009.18.8.616
In this work we demonstrate the hot-embossing process under different forming conditions such as forming temperature, load, and holding time in pressing, in order to determine the suitable conditions required for linear patterning on polymer plates (PC). Results showed that the replicated pattern depth increased in proportion to an increase in the forming temperature, load, and time. The reduction of the workpiece thickness increased according to the holding time in the pressing process. In the process of time, the reduction ratio of the workpiece thickness decreased due to the surface area increment of the workpiece, while the pressure on the workpiece declined. In order to reduce the bulging ratio we introduced a temperature difference between the upper and the lower punch.
Effect of Subsequent-Annealing Temperature on Surface Properties of Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation-Treated Mg Alloy
Ko, Y.G. ; Kim, Y.M. ; NamGung, S. ; Shin, D.H. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 18, issue 8, 2009, Pages 625~632
DOI : 10.5228/KSPP.2009.18.8.625
The influence of the subsequent-annealing(SA) temperature on the plasma electrolytic oxidation(PEO)-treated Mgbased alloy was investigated in terms of surface properties associated with hardness and corrosion. For this purpose, a series of the SA treatments were performed on the PEO-treated samples at four different temperatures, i.e., 100, 150, 200, and
for 10 hrs. When compared to the sample without SA, the samples annealed at temperatures higher than
showed a difference in surface morphology due to the volume expansion accompanied by the dehydration reaction where the part of
changed into MgO, working as harder phase. From the results of nano-indentation tests, the applied loads of the samples were seen to increase with increasing SA temperatures. However, the electro-chemical and corrosion properties of the sample annealed at
were higher than those of the samples annealed at three temperatures.
Effect of the Molding Conditions on Formability in Progressive Glass Molding Press
Jung, T.S. ; Park, K.S. ; Kim, D.S. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 18, issue 8, 2009, Pages 633~639
DOI : 10.5228/KSPP.2009.18.8.633
Remarkable progress had been made in both technology and production of optical elements including aspheric lens. In the past, precision optical glass lenses were produced through multiple processes such as grinding and polishing, but mass production of aspheric lenses requiring high accuracy and having complex profile was rather difficult. Against such a background, the high-precision optical GMP process was developed with an eye on mass production of precision optical glass pasts by molding press. This GMP process can produce with precision and good repeatability special form lenses such as for cameras, video cameras, aspheric lenses for optical items. In this study, Design Of Experiment(Taguchi method) was adopted to find a tendency of molding conditions that influence formability. Three main factors for molding conditions were selected based on pressure at pressing stage and temperature, pressure at cooling stage. Also, the DOE was carried out and the interference patterns were measured to evaluate the formability of GMP process. From the results, it was found that the cooling pressure is the most sensitive parameter for progressive GMP process.
Effect of Punch Design and Flow Stress on Frictional Calibration Curve in Boss and Rib Test
Yun, Y.W. ; Kang, S.H. ; Lee, Y.S. ; Kim, B.M. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 18, issue 8, 2009, Pages 640~645
DOI : 10.5228/KSPP.2009.18.8.640
Recently, boss and rib test based on backward extrusion process was proposed to quantitatively evaluate the interfacial friction condition in bulk forming process. In this test, the tube-shaped punch with hole pressurizes the workpiece so that the boss and rib are formed along the hole and outer surface of the punch. It was experimentally and numerically revealed that the height of boss is higher than that of the rib under the severe friction condition. This work is focused on the effect of the punch design and flow stress on deformation pattern in boss and rib test. From the boss and rib test simulations, it was found that there is slight variation in both the heights of boss and rib according to the length of punch land, nose radius, and face angle. However the hole diameter of the punch and the clearance between the punch and die have a significant influence on the calibration curves showing the heights of the boss and rib. In addition, the effect of flow stress on the calibration curves was investigated through FE simulations. It was found that there is no effect of strength coefficient of the workpiece on the calibration curves for estimation of friction condition. On the other hand, the strain-hardening exponent of the workpiece has a significant influence on the calibration curve.