Paper Title:
The Process of Co-Extrusion – An Analysis
  Abstract

This paper provides an analysis of a co-extrusion process. The compound consists of the sleeve material, aluminum, and the core material, magnesium. It is imperative to produce impeccable compounds without cracks in the interface. Therefore, a simple indicating value for damaging effects during the process is necessary. In the numerical simulation the compound quality is noticeable by the current macro mechanical criterion of axial strain difference. A statistical analysis verifies this criterion as an adequate quality criterion. By means of this criterion it is possible to define a stable process window for the co-extrusion process.

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Luca Tomesani and Lorenzo Donati
Pages
81-88
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.491.81
Citation
K. Kittner, B. Awiszus, "The Process of Co-Extrusion – An Analysis", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 491, pp. 81-88, 2012
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September 2011
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