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Computer aided sequence and die design for hot upset forgings.

Mustafa Ilhan Go kler

Computer aided sequence and die design for hot upset forgings.

by Mustafa Ilhan Go kler

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Mechanical Engineering.

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Open LibraryOL13825080M

While the operation referred to as “upsetting” may be performed in conventional presses, sometimes as part of a forging sequence to shape metal in preparation for a final strike in a finish die cavity, Upset forging machines can typically provide improved throughput for items produced in volume. Die design in the forging process become crucial as the production cost and accuracy of the forged part being tighten. The study present a review of the current advanced of die design used in forging process and the system associated with in order to enhance the design process and performance of the die.

Like hot forging, cold forging is done by placing the metal into a die, and a hammer will then force the metal into it, causing it to take on the die’s shape. The hammer can either be mechanized or operated manually, and depending on the desired finished product, the hammer can actually be brought down repeatedly in a very rapid sequence.   WORLD'S BEST TREE FELLING TUTORIAL! Way more information than you ever wanted on how to fell a tree! - Duration: Guilty of Treeson Recommended for you.

Global competition requires that the forging industry utilize practical and proven computer aided engineering (CAE) technologies for rapid and cost effective process design and die manufacture. The CAE has been an integral part of forging process design to analyze and optimize the metal flow and conduct die stress analyses before trial Size: KB. on the mechanism of the die design of the sequential processes, which has been heavily dependent on the level of skill of die design engineers based on their working experience. Therefore, the automatic design of process sequences for multi-stage cold forging operations is of importance. * .


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Computer aided sequence and die design for hot upset forgings by Mustafa Ilhan Go kler Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper describes initial developments of an interactive computer-aided procedure for the design of processing sequences for upset forgings, with the overall aim of reducing the time and effort involved in die design and by: The programme has been developed for the purpose of interfacing to the Computer Aided Operation Sequence and Die Design System for Hot Upset Forgings, called UPSETDIE.

It accepts both solid and processed material as a starting material. Depending on the geometry to be machined, an automatic tool selection is made from a tool : M.

GÖkler, H. Eskicioglu, H. BastÜrk. A system of programmes, for the design of axisymmetric hot forgings and dies, is described.

The input to the system is a geometric description of the required as-machined part, from which the Computer-Aided Design of Axisymmetric Hot Forging Dies | SpringerLinkCited by: The lack of precise design rules is largely due to the diverse range of shapes produced and traditionally a mastery of die design is gained through many years of practice under the tuition of an expert.

The value of computer-aided die design in the forging industry, is mainly by: 7. Their purpose is to deskill and speed up die design and manufacture procedures for the production of round forgings.

Either a machined or forged part can be chosen as the starting shape, the design sequences, supported by built-in rules and interactive commands, will transform the input shapes into die cavities; both finishing and mould by: 2.

Different processes studied include cold forging, warm forging, and a combination of the two processes. This paper presents results of the cold forging sequence optimization. Process Simulation Simulation of metal forming processes are now used routinely in industry by companies for process development and die design [5].Cited by: and ‘Computer-aided Design of Axisymmetric Hot Forging Dies’,Google Scholar (4).

and ‘Interactive Design of Axisymmetric Forging Dies Using a Desk-top Computer’, Journal of Mechanical Working Technology, Vol.5, June, Google ScholarCited by: 7. Journal of Mechanical Working Technology, 14 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam --Printed in The Netherlands FORMING-SEQUENCE DESIGN FOR MULTISTAGE COLD FORGING K.

SEVENLER, P.S. RAGHUPATHI, and T. ALTAN Batelle Columbus Division, King Avenue, Columbus, Ohio (U.S.A.) (Received Septem ; accepted Janu ) Cited by: In hot forging processes, wear is the predominant factor in the operating lives of dies. In this study, the wear analysis of a closed die at the final stage of a hot forging process has been realized.

Forming sequence design of hot forging process is time and money consuming procedure [3]. For a Hot closed die forging – State-of-Art and future development, Journal of Achievements in Computer-aided analysis of the forging process, Int J Adv M. Tech. ()23, pp– Finite Element Simulation and Experimental Study of Hot Closed-die Upsetting time between putting the billet on the counterpunch and the start of the deformation.

Gokler, Computer-aided sequence and die design for hot upset forging. in Artificial Intelligence in Design (edited by D.T.

Pham). IFS, Bedford (). [11] P. Sims Cited by: 7. A brief section is included on computer-aided design in the forging industry. Additionally, the article reviews specific characteristics, process limitations, advantages, and disadvantages of the most common forging processes, namely hot upset forging, roll forging, radial forging, rotary forging, isothermal and hot-die forging, precision.

Bariani, W. Knight, (), "Computer-aided cold forging process design: a knowledge based system approach to forming sequence generation", Annals of N. Alberti, L. Cannizzaro, L. DAcquisto, E. Lo Valvo, F.

Micari () "Computer aided simulation of die Cited by: Figure Design so that all datum targets and tooling points are in the same die member, preferably the moving member.

Figure The flanged shaft was an ideal candidate for upsetting from bar stock. There are limits to the change in shape that can be achieved in one stroke of an upsetter. Chapter Process Design in Impression Die Forging / 3 temperature increases, grain growth occurs, and in some alloy systems, forgeability decreases with increasing grain size.

The forgeabilities of metals at various deformation rates and temper-atures can be evaluated by using various tests, such as torsion, tension, and compression Size: 1MB. upset forging and die design 1.

topic upset forging & die design by – vivek chandravanshi mechanical 5th sem 2. contents: introduction principle construction & process die design advantages limitations application 3. Computer Aided Design of New Forging Technology for Crank Shafts Article in Steel Research International 82(3)– March with 91 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Malayappan,S., and Narayanasamy,R., "Some aspects on barrelling in aluminium solid cylinders during cold upset forging using a die with constraints".

The forging design is not a simple task. There are infinite combinations of various factors possible, such as properties of material being forged, type of forging process, the tool design, die manufacturing methods etc.

Following are some recommended forging design principles: 1. Parting Line 2. Draft 3. Ribs 4. Webs 5. Corner Radii 6. Fillet. A computer simulation modeling approach has been adopted to transform the theoretical aspects in to the computer algorithm which would simulate and analyze the closed die hot forging process.

computer-aided design simulat ion studied effec t of shear The forging sequence design and its detail A hot closed-die forging process is analyzed by physical modeling and by.A major emphasis is on the latest developments in the design of forging operations and dies, and process modeling using FEA is discussed in all of the relevant chapters.

Several chapters of the book have appendices that consist of computer animations showing the results of FEA simulations for various forging : Hardcover. I was SHOCKED when see this monster hammer forging working. Incredible biggest steel forging machine - Duration: Sky Creative HDviews.