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Characterization of Ti64 forging friction factor using ceramic coatings and different contact conditions
Hot forging processes are highly influenced by the contact conditions between the billet and the dies. A wrong definition of the contact conditions may lead to wrong predictions of the final component geometry, the quantity ...
Hardening prediction of diverse materials using the Digital Image Correlation technique
In recent years, due to the introduction of higher resistance materials in the automotive sector, sheet metal-forming tool-makers have been forced to deal with more challenging process designs. Therefore, the optimisation ...
Simulation of Cold Forging Processes Using a Mixed Isotropic-Kinematik Hardening Model
Cold forging is a manufacturing process where a bar stock is inserted into a die and squeezed with a second closed die. It is one of the most widely used chipless forming processes, often requiring no machining or additional ...
High-Speed Material Characterization Using an Instrumented Forging Hammer
Hammer forging is a widely employed manufacturing process to produce parts with excellent mechanical properties. Although the rheological behavior and the microstructural transformation phenomena of metals under hammer ...