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Transactions of Materials Processing
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The Korean Society for Technology of Plasticity
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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 1996
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Sep 1996
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Jun 1996
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Mar 1996
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탄성계수 측정법 및 그 응용
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 85~96
정사각형재의 평금형 압출시 공정조건의 변화에 따른 하중과 유동양상에 대한 실험 적 연구
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 97~104
It is very important to obtain the knowledge of loads and flow patterns in most processes because these information are the fundamental data of die design and process design. The objective of present study is to investigate loads and metal flow patterns for various process conditions in flat die extrusion of square-bars from circular billets. For analyzing the metal flow patterns of the billets photo etching is used on sections of split specimen. From this method metal flow patterns are analyzed for various area reductions friction factors and punch stroke through the process from initial-stage to final-stage. Experiments are carried out with hard solder billets at room temperature.
FEM Analyses of Hot Forging and Cold Sizing of a Spur Gear
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 105~114
Recently, precision forging techniques are applied to manufacture spur gears. Compared to conventional machining, they produce parts of better mechanical properties and less residual stresses with a much higher production rate. In the present investigation a rigid-plastic three dimensional finite element method was applied to analyze hot forging and cold sizing of a spur gear by closed dies. The involute curve of a tooth profile was approximated by a circle close to the curve. Results of the analyses make it possible to predict local strengths of the gear die failure and an appropriate preform for cold sizing. It was found that the preform for cold sizing. It was found that the preform for the cold sizing is the most important because it determines whether the gears especially teeth can be successfully formed.
Dimensional Accuracies of Cold-Forged Spur Gears
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 115~121
Recently it is attempted to manufacture gears by various cold forging methods to meet requirements of mass production and uniform qualities. Compared to machined gears cold forged ears reveal higher tooth strength and better surface roughness but they reveal lower geometrical accuracies. Therefore in the present study a series of experiments are performed to investigate relations between geometrical accuracies of dies and billet and those of the final product. The geometrical accuracies of forged gears are considered through functional gear-element tolerances by measuring pitch error profile error lead error radial error tooth thickness and rolling test. Results of the experiments can be summarized as follows: (1) involute spur gears of KS 5(or AGMA7) accuracies can be made,(2) concentricity of die set should be maintained within 0.01mm (3) clearance between the billet and die set should be less than 0.1mm (4) con-centricity and radial runout should be less than 0.08mm and 0.1mm respectively. However it is thought that FEM analysis of elastic/thermal deformations of dies and the billet is necessary for a better understanding of the findings obtained through the present study.
Plastic Deformation Analysis of Rotating Band by Three-Dimensional Finite Element Method Using Recurrent Boundary Condition
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 122~129
The main objective of the study is to offer some basic information in relation to optimal shape and dimensions of the rotating band through the development of three-dimensional finite element method for metal forming analysis of the rotating band whose primary function is to impart spin to the projectile. The three-dimensional metal forming analysis of the rotating band has perfor-med by using recurrent boundary conditions. Such design factors as the outside diameter the total length and the profile of the rotating band must be considered carefully in order to design an optimal rotating band. Above design factors can be determined from such available analysis results as the deformed shape and the deformation load. of the rotating band and the normal pressure of the rotating band on a projectile shell. The remeshings are needed to carry out plastic deformation analysis with severe deformation through which the complete process analysis gets possible. The results can be utilized effectively in determining the optimal shape and size of the rotating band.
A Study on the Drawing characteristics of Sheet through Step Drawbead
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 130~137
The sheet formability can be improved by the optimum drawbeads installation because draw-beads can control the flow of the metal into the die cavity when the punch enters into the die opening, In this study the drawing characteristics for step drawbead are analyzed by 2-D rigid -plastic FEM and also are measured experimentally. In addition for the validity of FEM theoretical results are compared with the experimental results. Especially the draw bead restrain-ing forces and the strain distributions of drawn specimens are obtained in both FEM and experiment. Also the effects of the drawbead dimensions drawing angles and blank holding forces on the drawing characteristics are investigated.
Formability of deep drawing process for reentrant cross section
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 138~144
The differences of formability with maximum cup depth of drawn product and thickness strain distribution are compared for two kinds of blank shapes which are suggested optimum shape and conventional square shape. The suggested blank is determined by backward tracing technique of rigid-plastic FEM. The deeper cup without wrinkle and flange part could be obtained from the suggested blank shape however the cross sevtion sup from the square blank could not be kept smooth thickness strain distribution and defended those phenomena..
A Study on the Improvement of Forming Processes of Valve-Spring Retainer
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 145~155
The conventional five-stage forming processes of the valve-spring retainer are simulated using the rigid-plstiv finite element method. As a design criterion the improved process should satisfy the maximum forging load during processes within the loading limit of the available press and should not induce any geometrical defects. hollow bars are recommended as initial billets to skip the heading and piercing processes. Through various simulations it is found out that the one stage process results in less forging loads and better strain distributions.
A Visioplasticity Analysis for Axisymmetric Extrusion through Square Dies Using Model Material
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 156~164
To investigate the behavior of plastic deformation in axisymmetric extrusion through square dies, experimental works with the plasticine as a model material are carried out at the room temperature. Some mechanical properties of the model material are determined by compression and ring compression tests. Visioplasticity method using expermental grid distortion in extrusion is introduced to analyze the plastic flow strain rate and strain distribution. In spite of severe deformation during the extrusion through square die the visioplasticity method shows good results for the distribution of effective strain rate and effective strain.
study on twist forming of elements for tube type line mixers
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 5, issue 2, 1996, Pages 165~175
the process of strip twisting is practiced for the manufacture of some commercial parts such as elements for tube type line mixers. A thin metal strip with rectangular cross section is twisted thru an angle greater than 180。. Initial geometry is altered in to a complex one with dimen-sional changes. In practice several tryouts are necessary to obtain required dimensional accu-racies. A simple analysis model is proposed to predict the dimensional changes forming torque and axial force.