Papers by Keyword: Flow Stress

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Authors: Miao Quan Li, Jiao Luo
Abstract: Isothermal compression of near alpha Ti-5.6Al-4.8Sn-2.0Zr alloy is conducted on a Thermecmaster-Z simulator at the deformation temperatures ranging from 1173 K to 1333 K, the strain rates ranging from 0.001 s-1 to 10.0 s-1 at an interval of an order magnitude and the height reductions ranging from 50% to 70%. The primary grain size is measured at an OLYMPUS PMG3 microscope with the quantitative metallography SISC IAS V8.0 image analysis software. A multi-scale constitutive model coupling the grain size, volume fraction and dislocation density is established to represent the deformation behavior of near alpha Ti-5.6Al-4.8Sn-2.0Zr alloy in high temperature deformation, in which the flow stress is decomposed a thermal stress and an athermal stress. A Kock-Mecking model is adopted to describe the thermally activated stress, and an athermal stress model accounts for the working hardening and Hall-Petch effect. A genetic algorithm (GA)-based objective optimization technique is used for determining material constants in this study. The mean relative difference between the predicted and experimental flow stress is 5.98%, thus it can be concluded that the multi-scale constitutive model with high prediction precision can efficiently predict the deformation behavior of near alpha Ti-5.6Al-4.8Sn-2.0Zr alloy in high temperature deformation.
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Authors: Marta Harničárová, Jan Valíček, Jana Müllerová, Milena Kušnerová, Radovan Grznárik, Pavel Koštial
Abstract: Laser - cut quality is mainly characterized by a degree of accuracy in shape, size and also by surface layer conditions after cutting associated with surface roughness. An experimental determination of surface tension (or tensor components) of clean metal surfaces is very difficult and there is no direct method for its measurement. Attention was paid to numerical derivation of surface tensions according to the surface topographical features in laser cutting technology. The surface tensions and temperature dependencies of several metallic materials have been determined and confirmed by data obtained from the literature. It was found to be in very good agreement between our results and data from different sources in the literature.
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Authors: Wan Huan Yu, Chang Gui Yao, Xiang De Yi
Abstract: A new modeling method called multivariate adaptive regression spline (MARS) was firstly employed to predict the hot rolling flow stress and explain the relationship among flow stress and various parameters such as major chemical compositions, rolling temperature, rolling speed, compression ratio, thickness, roll radius, furthermore, analyze the importance of the predictor variables. The results showed that the error of training and testing was less than 2%, and rolling temperature, rolling speed, and strip thickness had much contribution to flow stress. Moreover, the impact of various factors on the flow stress can be validated by real production data, which proved the reliability of MARS model to predict the flow stress and guide the practical production.
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Authors: Lucian Lazarescu, Ioan Pavel Nicodim, Dan Sorin Comsa, Dorel Banabic
Abstract: The paper describes a new experimental procedure for the determination of the curves relating the equivalent stress and equivalent strain of sheet metals by means of the hydraulic bulge tests through elliptical dies. The procedure is based on an analytical model of the bulging process and involves the measurement of only two parameters (pressure acting on the surface of the specimen and polar deflection).
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Authors: Jong Il Lee, Young Choi, Kwang Suck Boo, Joon Hong Park
Abstract: Hardness is most likely to mean the resistance to indentation, and to the design engineer it often means an easily measured and specified quantity which indicates something about the strength and heat treatment of the metal. Especially, Vickers hardness is one of the most widely useful methods to obtain mechanical properties of a product. Firstly, in this study, a method to estimate hardness will be presented using FE simulations of Vickers hardness tests from the viewpoint that hardness indicates resistance to plastic deformation. To verify our method, the results of the simulations for several materials such as commercial aluminum alloy and steel will be compared with those of Vickers hardness tests for the materials. Secondly in this study, hardness numbers of the several materials will be obtained as a function of hydrostatic stress. Through the results of this study, the estimation of hardness number of a specific material will be very easy to obtain and access even though the material is under a kind of hydrostatic stress state.
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Authors: Bradley P. Wynne, R. Bhattacharya, Bruce Davis, W.M. Rainforth
Abstract: The dynamic recrystallisation (DRX) behaviour of magnesium AZ31 is investigated using a plane strain compression (PSC) testing machine at 450°C. The variables included strain rate, double hit including intermittent anneal and double hits with different strain rate at each hit. The alloy shows higher peak stress and strain with increasing strain rates. Predominant basal texture with different intensities are observed at different strain rates. The annealing treatment between double tests leads to strong basal texture. Reversal of strain rate during double hit results in similar flow curves. This shows that in AZ31 alloy, DRX mechanism is independent of the initial microstructure and only depends on the test condition viz. temperature, strain rate and total equivalent strain.
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Authors: Qing Rui Wang, Ai Xue Sha, Xing Wu Li, Li Jun Huang
Abstract: The effect of strain rate and deformation temperature on flow stress of TC18 titanium alloy was studied through heat simulating tests in 760~960 with temperature interval and the strain rate interval in 0.01~10s-1. Relationship model of flow stress versus strain was established and hot deformation mechanics of TC18 titanium alloy was analyzed. The results show that the flow stress reduces obviously as the deformation temperature increases or the strain rate decreases. Dynamic recovery occurs at high strain rate above phase transformation point, while dynamic recrystallization occurs at low strain rate as well as at the temperature below phase transformation point.
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Authors: Balakrishnan Ramesh, Thiyagarajan Senthilvelan
Abstract: During deformation process, it is essential to control the formability parameters viz., stress, strain, temperature, aspect ratio, volume fraction etc., to obtain sound and defect free products. Moreover, in deformation process in general, upsetting in particular, conducting too many trail experiments results in increased experimental time and cost. Hence modeling of process parameter attracts attention of researchers. The objective of modeling the process parameters is to determine which variables are most influential during metal forming operations. In the present investigation, by connecting the influential process parameters during metal forming in general upsetting in particular, a mathematical model have been developed using Design of Experiments (D.O.E) which could be applied to estimate the flow stress. Aluminium MMCs with silicon carbide (SiCp) and aluminium oxide (Al2O3) as reinforcement have been chosen in this current study as it has significant advantage over conventional materials.
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