FEM simulation study for rapid preforming of axisymmetrical forging by differential heating
Hua, M., Lu, S. Q., Yu, T. X. and Osman, F. H., 2003. FEM simulation study for rapid preforming of axisymmetrical forging by differential heating. Key Engineering Materials, 233-2, 425--430.
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Feasibility of generating differential metal flow to obtain axi-symmetric protrusions on a billet by flat-die differential heating was studied. Results showed that heating arrangement influenced temperature field and deformation behaviour. FEM simulation to achieve anticipated preform geometry generally requires a series of trial and error approaches that are rather time consuming. Aiming at providing guides for more accurately determining the heating conditions, this paper suggests a useful method in presenting the FEM simulation results. It also sheds light on the heating effectiveness in generating differential flow of material
|Creators||Hua, M., Lu, S. Q., Yu, T. X. and Osman, F. H.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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