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Transactions of Materials Processing
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Volume 8, Issue 6 - Dec 1999
Volume 8, Issue 5 - Oct 1999
Volume 8, Issue 4 - Aug 1999
Volume 8, Issue 3 - Jun 1999
Volume 8, Issue 2 - Apr 1999
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Design Analysis and Field Try-out of Automotive Panel Dies
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 127~134
This study suggests the practical method which can reduce the lead time of the field trial and design of the dies. The virtual manufacturing, with which the die design is evaluated by computer analysis, reveals the impropriety of a design before die makings. Three methods for reducing the die making process occupying over 60% of the automotive development are like follows: First, the crack and wrinkle occurrence can be prevented by virtually adjusting the blank holding force and drawbead force with a computer simulation. Second, the parts which can not remove the forming defects in spite of the adjustment of forming parameters need to modify the part geometry or punch temporary shape. Third, the simulation before field trial, and field trial simulation can be effectively used in die design
Preform Design for the Sinter-forging Process of Arc-shaped Powdered Magnets
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 135~142
Tube Process(TP) is one of the processes to produce permanent magnets. Advantage claimed for this process is that it can accmplish both densification and anisotropication in one step forming. This process is distinguished from other processes since it uses deformable tube for densification of powder magnets. TP has, however, difficulties in manufacturing permanent magnets from Nd-Fe-B green powder due to folding resulted from large height reduction and localized densification. Therefore, an adequate preform is necessary to reduce folding resulted from large height reduction and localized densification. Therefore, an adequate preform is necessary to reduce folding, lead magnets into almost desired final shape and get uniform densification. In this paper, preform design for TP is carried out without a deformable tube to investigate the behaviour of magnet sinter-forging. Preform design is accomplished to increase the effective magnet area with a near net shape and uniform densification.
A Study of the Twisting and Extrusion Process of the Product with Trapezoidal Helical Fin from the Round Billet
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 143~151
The twisting and extrusion process of the product with trapezoidal helical fin from the round billet is developed by the upper bound analysis. The twisting of extruded product is caused by the twisted die surface connecting the die entrance section and the die exit section linearly. In the analysis, the rotational velocity in angular direction is assumed by the multiplication of radial distance and angular velocity. The angular velocity is increased linearly by axial distance from the die entrance. The increase rate of angular velocity is determined by the minimization of plastic work. The results of the analysis show that the angular velocity of the extruded product increases with the die twisting angle, the reduction of area, and decreases with the die length, the friction condition
Finite Element Analysis and Experimental Investigation of Non-isothermal Foming Processes for Aluminum-Alloy Sheet Metals(Part 1. Experiment)
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 152~159
This study is to investigate the effects of warm deep drawing with aluminum sheets of A1050-H16 and A5020-H32 for improving deep drawability. Experiments for producing circular cups and square cups were carried out for various working conditions, such as forming temperature and blank shapes. The limit drawing ratio(LDR) of 2.63 in warm deep drawing of circular cups in case of A5020-H32 sheet, whereas LDR of 2.25 in case of A1050-H16, could be obtained and the former was 1.4 times higher than the value at room temperature. The maximum relative drawing depth for square cups of A5020-H32 material was also about 1.92 times deeper than the depth drawn at room temperature. The effects of blank shape and forming temperature on drawability as well as thickness distribution of drawn cups were examined and discussed.
Process Sequence Design of Longneck Flange by Cold Extrusion Process
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 160~168
This paper is concerned with the process sequence design of longneck flange forming by using cold extrusion with thick hollow pipe. The conventional hot forming process to produce a longneck flange is investigated by thermo-viscoplastic finite element method to observe the metal flow in detail and evaluate design requirements. Based on the results of simulation of the current hot forming process, design strategy for improving the process sequence are developed using the thick hollow pipe. The main goal is to obtain an appropriate improved process sequence which can produce the required product most economically without tensile cracking, workpiece buckling, and overloading of tools. Newly process condition such as semi-die angle, reductio ratio of cross-sectional area of axisymmetrical extrusion process. The final designed process can provide very useful guidelines to other flange forming industries.
The Effects of Pass Strain and Rolling Temperature on Flow Stress and Flow Strain of AA5083 Alloy
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 169~177
Different pass strains and rolling temperatures were applied to understand the effects of pass strain and rolling temperature on flow stress and flow strain of AA5083 alloy. The specimens were prepared by conventional casting process followed by hot rolling. Hot torsion tests were conducted at temperature ranges of 350 to 52
under a strain rate of 1.0/sec. During the process, hot-restoration mechanisms, dynamic recovery(DRV) or dynamic recrystallization (DRX), of the AA5083 alloy were analyzed from the flow curves and deformed microstructures. It was found that while the rolling strain per pass and rolling temperature have little effect on the folw stress, they have significant effect on the failure strain. The DRV was responsible for the hot restoration mechanism of the hot-rolled specimen. heavily elongated grains and small subgrains containing dislocations were obtaned during the hot deformation. This was due to the presence of Al6Mn precipitate in the alloy.
A Study on the shape Design of the Forward Forming Region in Cross Rolling of Multi-Step Shaft
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 178~187
The Cross rolling between flat jaws, as a kind of hot forging, is the forming method to make the axisymmetric multi-step shaft by its rotation and pressure between flat jaws which move in opposite direction. The purpose of this study is to propose the optimal geometric data for shape development of the forward forming region. All data described on this paper are quantified by experiment from initial shape design to final shape development. As the result, proper geometric data are proved that lenth of the first forming area in the forward forming region is 1.5 times larger than circumference of work-piece and the progress angle changes 3 times smoothly.
Effect of Viscosity Variation on Flow Characteristic in Thixoforming Process of Semi-Solid Aluminium Alloys
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 188~199
Semi-Solid Forming Process(Thixoforming, Rheocasting) is a novel forming process which has some advantages compared with conventional die casting, squeeze casting and hot/cold forging. In this study. Thixoforming process was selected as analysis processing in terms of billet handling and easiness of automation process. The Thixoforming process consists of reheating process of billet, billet handling, filling inot the die cavity and solidification of SSM part. In filling process, two rheology models which were Newtonian and Non-Nettonian model (Ostwald-deWaele)were verified with experimental results. The Ostwald-deWaele model shows the good agreement to the real flow and filling phenomena in die cavity. To give a boost the economical efficiency of Thixoforming process and to ensure the good forming result, reheating device coupled die set was proposed and the initial billet temperature for system that was found from experimental resluts. This study presents an overview of application of numerical analysis for simulation of semi-solid metal forming process to reduce the lead time for development of manufacturing part in industrial field.
Precise width control through the width spread compensation in hot strip mill
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 200~207
To increase dimensional accuracy of strip width, model to compensate width spread during roughing mill has been developed. To measure the amount of width spread during the production rolling more precisely, special roughing rolling procedures for the horizontal rolling and dog-bone rolling were designed in the actual production mill. From the operational data analysis, it is known that the prime factors influencing on the width spread were strip width, strip thickness, edging amount, number of pass and type of edger roll etc., Based upon the statistical analysis of rolling data, new models which can predict width spread during horizontal rolling and dog-bone rolling were developed and tested on the actual processing conditions for the reliability. The application test showed that newly developed model gave fairly accurate predictions on the width spread during roughing passes.
Optimization of edger model to increase rolling yields in the plate mill
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 208~215
To increase rolling yields by minimizing trimming losses of hot-rolled plate, optimization logic for the edger model has been developed. The logic to determine optimum edging amount model has been formulated on the basis of actual production rolling data. In case of broadside rolling, the fish tail shape at the sides of plate was better for reducing the crop loss and this could be achieved when the edging amount of broadside rolling was increased. At a given broadside rolling ratio, methodology to determine optimum edging amount for the finish rolling which could minimize the width deviation of plate were systematically derived. Therefore, for a given broadside rolling condition and the permissible tolerance in width deviation of plate, it was possible to optimize the edging amount in finish rolling to maximize rolling yields. The application of optimization logic in this study increased rolling yields from approximately 10% to 30% at various longitudinal eding raitos.
Rigid-Viscoplastic Finite Element Analysis of Piercing Process in Automatic Simulation of Multi-Stage Forging Processes
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 216~221
In this paper, an application-oriented approach to piercing analysis in automatic forging simulation by the rigid-viscoplastic finite element mehtod is presented. In the presented approach, the accumulated damage is traced and the piercing instant is determined when the accumulated damage reaches the critical damage value. A method of obtaining the critical damage value by comparing the tensile test result with the analysis one is given. The presented approach is verified by experiments and applied to automatic simulation of a sequence of 6-stage forging processes.