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Metal flow in cold-forging operations.

Tak Fat Li

Metal flow in cold-forging operations.

by Tak Fat Li

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.)- Univ ofBirmingham, Dept of Mechanical Engineering.

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Open LibraryOL20015027M

Forging, a metal shaping technique using compressive, localized forces, has been a staple metal fabrication technique since the time of the ancient its origins in the fertile crescent, forging has experienced significant changes, resulting in . • The basics of forging technology are explained. • Open and closed die forging methods are detailed. • Hot die technology is discussed. • The use of computers in forging is presented. Forging is the controlled deformation of metal into a specific shape by compressive forces. The forging process goes back to B.C. and evolved.

Gears are mainly manufactured by metal cutting or by a combination of conventional hot forging with metal cutting, which is expensive and requires a lot of manufacturing time. Newer developments in the forging industry allow the manufacturing of gear parts with precision forging technology [1], [2], [3].Cited by:   Forging is a metal forming process in which the metal is heated and a force is applied in such a way that a required shape can be obtain. It is basically a hot working process in which the work piece is heated up to plastic stage and the force is applied by .

Metal forging is a metal forming process that involves applying compressive forces to a work piece to deform it, and create a desired geometric change to the material. The forging process is very important in industrial metal manufacture, particularly in the extensive iron and steel manufacturing industry. Forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of metal using localized compressive forces. The blows are delivered with a hammer (often a power hammer) or a g is often classified according to the temperature at which it is performed: cold forging (a type of cold working), warm forging, or hot forging (a type of hot working).For the latter two, the metal is heated, usually.


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Metal flow in cold-forging operations by Tak Fat Li Download PDF EPUB FB2

Metal flow is influenced mainly by (a) tool geometry, (b) friction conditions, (c) characteristics of the stock material and (d) thermal conditions existing in the deformation zone. The details of metal flow influence the quality and properties of the formed product Metal flow in cold-forging operations.

book the force and energy requirements of /5(4). Metal is an unusually satisfying medium for many artists, but working in metal requires a considerable amount of specialized knowledge and practical skill. This book teaches those skills. It makes a fine textbook for apprentice metalworking artists, presenting a basic overview of the science of metallurgy, then discussing needed tools, safety equipment, and metalworking methods/5(7).

Cold and Hot Forging: Fundamentals and Applications Edited by T. Altan, G. Ngaile and G. Shen • • Approx. pages • ISBN: • ASM Publication Among all manufacturing processes, forging technology has a special place because it can be used to produce parts of superior mechanical properties with minimum waste of Size: KB.

Generally, the metal flow is always confined in the horizontal direction. This is one of the most common forging operations. It is mainly needed for those parts that should be used near bends. Metal/material to be punched is placed on a hollow cylindrical die. It is commonly used to produce holes in the work piece.

welding. Forging operations produce discrete parts Forged parts have good strength and toughness, and are reliable for highly stressed and critical applications Forging can carry out at room temperature (cold forging) or at elevated temperatures (warm or hot forging) depending on the homologous temperatureFile Size: KB.

Hot and semi-hot forging forging under any application system: direct, dipping, pre-coating, etc. crankshafts, axles, ornaments, etc. Cold and Hot Forging: An Overview Abstract: Forging is a metal shaping process in which a malleable metal part, known as a blank, billet or work-piece, is worked to a predetermined shape by one or more processes such as hammering, upsetting, pressing, rolling and so forth.

The flow behavior of a metal or alloy during bulk defor-mation processes falls into one of two categories-continuous flow or quasi-static. The easiest way to dis-tinguish between these two types of flow is to imagine a movie being made of the deformation region during processing.

If the shape of. Metal forming processes Metal forming: Large set of manufacturing processes in which the material is deformed plastically to take the shape of the die geometry. The tools used for such deformation are called die, punch etc.

depending on the type of process. Plastic deformation: Stresses beyond yield strength of the workpiece material is Size: 1MB. Thus the metal gets compressed very severely, causing shear stress. This stress is maximum along the plane is called shear plane.

If the material of the workpiece is ductile, the material flows plastically along the shear plane, forming chip, which flows upwards along the face of the tool. The tool will cut or shear off the metal, provided. The fundamental of metal forming theory, the theories of processes of rolling, forging and stamping as well as draw-ing and pressing (extrusion) have been given.

The characteristics of the shop equipment for metal forming and technology of the main metal forming methods have been given in. Metal flow in closed die forging of steel: research reports of work at IIT Research Institute: Authors: IIT Research Institute, John A.

Schey, Paul W. Wallace, Francis A. Shunk, American Iron and Steel Institute. Committee of Hot Rolled and Cold Finished Bar Producers: Publisher. Introduction. Cold forging has been used widely to produce small solid parts with high precision.

The most important technical issue in cold forging is the extremely high tool pressure even when the metal flow is properly controlled by divided flow, auxiliary force, stress superposition and suitable tool pressure becomes extremely high at the final stage of forging when Cited by: 1.

•Forming and related operations performed on metal sheets, strips, and coils •High surface area-to-volume ratio of starting metal, which distinguishes these from bulk deformation •Often called pressworking because presses perform these operations File Size: KB.

The metal flows around the die cavity as a moving die pierces the metal. Punching: It is a cutting operation in which a required hole is produced using a punching die. Punch Fig 6.

Piercing Fig 7. Punching. Bending: The metal is bent around a die/anvil. Classification of Forging ProcessesFile Size: KB. Cold forging is generally preferred when the metal is already soft, like aluminum.

This process is usually less expensive than hot forging and the end product requires little or no finishing work. Cold forging is also less susceptible to contamination problems, and the final component features a better overall surface finish.

Cold forging encompasses many processes -- bending, cold drawing, cold heading, coining, extrusions and more, to yield a diverse range of part shapes. The temperature of metals being cold forged may range from room temperature to several hundred degrees.

Process Operations. Graphical depiction of process steps. Cold Forging and Sheet-Metal Forming the pressure-shaping processes used to work billets and sheet metal, usually accomplished without heating the stock.

The production processes are divided into operations and transfers on specialized dies. New design of process for cold forging to improve multi-stage gas fitting Cold forging, gas fitting, metal flow manufacturing operations when the metal formed by a punch and die to convert.

Metal casting processes As a result, many other operations, such as machining, forging, and welding, can be minimized.

• Possible to cast practically any material: ferrous or non-ferrous. it controls the flow of metal into the mould. Runner: The channel through which the molten metal is. A flow stress model for steel in cold forging process range and the associated method for parameter identification. forging operations.

Consequently, flow curves at different strain rat es and.cessively during deformation, the flow stress increases, and the metal flow and die filling are reduced.

Thus, in conventional forging operations, that is, non-isothermal, it is desirable to have short contact times. Rate of deformation, that is, the strain rate.

In certain cases, for example, in isothermal andFile Size: 1MB.The Cold Forging Process Throughout history, cold forging or cold forming as a production process has seen intensifying interest and become one of the most widely used methods of making parts.

The current energy crisis, material shortages, and rising costs have combined to force consideration of greater efficiency in parts making.