Materials Processing Technology, ICMPMT2011

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Authors: Maryam Shirmohammadi, Prasad K.D.V. Yarlagadda, P. Gudimetla, V. Kosse
Abstract: Abstract Mechanical damages such as bruising, collision and impact during food processing stages diminish quality and quantity of productions as well as efficiency of operations. Studying mechanical characteristics of food materials will help to enhance current industrial practices. Mechanical properties of fruits and vegetables describe how these materials behave under loading in real industrial operations. Optimizing and designing more efficient equipments require accurate and precise information of tissue behaviours. FE modelling of food industrial processes is an effective method of studying interrelation of variables during mechanical operation. In this study, empirical investigation has been done on mechanical properties of pumpkin peel. The test was a part of FE modelling and simulation of mechanical peeling stage of tough skinned vegetables. The compression test has been conducted on Jap variety of pumpkin. Additionally, stress strain curve, bio-yield and toughness of pumpkin skin have been calculated. The required energy for reaching bio-yield point was 493.75, 507.71 and 451.71 for 1.25, 10 and 20 mm/min loading speed respectively. Average value of force in bio-yield point for pumpkin peel was 310 N.
Authors: Huan Xia Zhang, Amin Cao, Yong Kang Luo, Li Wei
Abstract: In this work, carbon fibers were sized with different plasticizer of sizing agent in order to improve the performances of carbon fibers and the interface of carbon fibers composites. The chemical and physical changes induced by the treatments on carbon fibers surface are examined using dynamic contact angle analysis test(DCAT) , X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). The interfacial shear strength (IFSS) of CF/EP composites are analysised by micro-droplet test. At the same time, the wear resistance was also studied in order to understand the effect of the plasticizer of sizing agent on the carbon fibers. The study shows that the 3# sized carbon fiber has the better wetting and surface energy. XPS results reveal that the 3# samples show a significant increase in oxygen-containing groups, such as–C–OH, -COOH, -C–O–C- and -COOR. 3#sizing agent also show better interface adhesion between fibers and matrix and has better wear resistant properties.
Authors: Guang Lei Li, Gui Hua Zhu, Chang Jie Luo, Kai He, Ru Xu Du
Abstract: This paper presents the design of a gold bead chain machine. The gold bead chain machine is designed for automatic gold chain process. Firstly, the gold bead chain’ structure and the design requirement are discussed. Then, based on the modern design methodology, the authors design the gold bead chain machine by using black-box to get the morphological matrix of the function and the function unit solutions. Lastly, the authors analyze and choose the optimal scheme and make an integration of the function unit solutions.
Authors: Min Li Wang, Li Xiao, Zhi Wang Zheng
Abstract: Hot rolled 240MPa grade high strength IF steel sheet was used to study the effect of cold reduction ratio and annealing temperature on the microstructures and mechanical properties of experimental steel. The experimental results showed that the recrystallization has finished under different annealing temperature followed 75% to 85% cold reduction ratio. To the experimental steel of high coiling temperature, The yield strength, tensile strength ,elongation percentage, yield point elongation, the plastic strain ratio and strain hardening exponent were approximate 260MPa, 445MPa, 37.5%, 2.14%, 0.25, 2.0. To the experimental steel of low coiling temperature, that were approximate 235MPa, 369MPa, 38.8%, 1.73%, 0.26, 2.1. Therefore, the suggested the optimal annealing temperature is 840 °C, cold reduction ratio is 75%, and it obtains optimally match of high strength and punching property.
Authors: Ji Lin Xu, De Zhen Yu, Jun Ming Luo
Abstract: In this paper, the micro-arc oxidation coatings formed on biomedical Ni-Cr-Mo alloy were characterized by surface and cross-sectional morphologies, chemical and phase compositions and corrosion resistance using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer (EDS), X-ray diffraction (XRD) and potentiodynamic polarization test, respectively. The results show that the coating is mainly composed of γ-Al2O3 crystal phase with a little Ni content. The coating possesses a typical porous surface and has a thickness of ~6 μm. The corrosion resistance of the coated sample is greatly improved compared with the uncoated Ni-Cr-Mo alloy.
Authors: Chang Jun Chen, Min Zhang, Qing Ming Chang
Abstract: Surface oxygen diffusion hardening treatments of TC4 titanium alloy in Ar+O2, O2 and ambient atmosphere were performed by scanning with a pulsed Nd: YAG laser. By using different gas atmosphere with Ar+O2, O2 and ambient atmosphere, the structure and the hardness behavior of the laser oxygen hardening layers can be controlled in a wide range. Optical microscope (OM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive analysis system of X-ray (EDAX) was used to reveal the microstructure and to identify the chemical composition. A Vickers microhardness tester was employed to measure the hardness distribution across both the substrate and the hardening layer. It is shown that smooth, deep and crack-free harden layers of a surface hardness ranging from 810-673Hv can be obtained under ambient atmosphere and Ar+O2 atmosphere. Cracks are observed in the sample processed under pure oxygen atmosphere. Dilution of oxygen gas with argon or nitrogen (ambient atmosphere) leads to a crack-free harden layer at the expense of a reduction in surface hardness.
Authors: Li Ping Liu, Xue Feng Yan, Zhi Ming Zhang, Liang Min Yu
Abstract: The luminescent coating as one of the special functional coatings of the 21st century has attracted a great deal of attention recently. Luminescent coating is divided into three categories: fluorescent coating, self-luminous coating, energy storage luminescent coating. The article briefly summarizes their principles and luminous characteristics. And mainly reviews the present research situation, the future development tendency and their widely applications both at home and abroad.
Authors: Yuan Jing Cai, Chao Can Zhang, Li Li Wu, Run Hua Hu
Abstract: The synthesis of AGE modified polysiloxane was realized by block copolymerization. Using degradation method and different ratio of raw materials, different content of AGE side chains and molecular weight of AGE modified polysiloxanes had been obtained. AGE modified silicone rubber was prepared by Nano-SiO2 and AGE-Modified Polysiloxane Blends. The relationship between the molecular weight of AGE modified polysiloxane, the content of AGE modified side chains and the mechanical properties of AGE modified silicone rubber had been studied. The results showed that AGE modified silicone rubber had better mechanical damping properties than silicone rubber without modification of AGE: lower Tg (-56°C), higher tanδ (0.26), the maximum tensile/rear strengths with appropriate dynamic viscosity (17500mP•s) and the characterization of decreasing tensile/tear strengths with the increasing content of the AGE modified side chains.
Authors: Li Hua Song, Jun Yuan Kang
Abstract: In accordance with the latest development direction in the filed of strengthening the heat transfer technology of strengthening the heat transfer on division of strengthening heat transfer by international authoritative Professor A.E. Bergle), including 3D(three-dimensional) heat transfer of ultra-high performance improved in the fins of the design and analysis; 3D heat transfer strengthening of the plowing process mechanism the flexibility ,high speed and high precision of gathered tools and the realization of a 3D digital design and manufacturing . It also researches on the influential law of process parameters on the formation of the fin. It is shown that the whole fin-forming process can be classified into three stages:plowing,heaving and fins forming, and that the front angle,plowing depth and the plowing speed are the main factors influencing the fin forming. Moreover,within a certain range,the height of fin increases with the front angle and the plowing depth.

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