By W. Johnson (auth.), John J. Burke, Volker Weiss (eds.)
The military fabrics and Mechanics learn middle has con ducted the Sagamore military fabrics study convention in coop eration with the fabrics technology workforce of the dept of Chemical Engineering and fabrics technology of Syracuse collage in view that 1954. the aim of the convention has been to assemble to gether scientists and engineers from educational associations, in dustry and govt who're uniquely certified to discover intensive a topic of significance to the military, the dep. of security and the clinical neighborhood. This quantity, Advances in Deformation Processing, addresses the parts of Analytical Advances, Workability, Processing to Optimize houses, complex purposes - fabrics, and complicated purposes - procedures. The committed counsel of Mr. Joseph Bernier of the military fabrics and Mechanics study middle during the levels of the convention making plans and at last the booklet of the Sagamore convention court cases is deeply preferred. The aid of Helen Brown DeMascio of Syracuse college in p- paring the ultimate manuscript is stated. the continuing energetic curiosity and help of those meetings by means of Dr. A. E. Gorum, Director of the military fabrics and Mechanics learn middle, is favored. Syracuse collage Syracuse, long island The Editors vii Contents consultation I advent A. E. Gorum, Moderator Continuum Mechanics and Deformation Processing 1.
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Both normal and planar anisotropies are incorporated in the calculations. The method is also applied to the non-steady-state axisymmetric problems of compression and heading of circular cylinders and to steady-state axisymmetric extrusion. Detailed results are obtained in each case in terms of stress and strain distributions, deformation patterns, rigid-plastic boundaries and load-displacement curves. In selected cases, the computed solutions are compared with the experimental results, showing an excellent agreement between the two.
The particle at 0 on ON in Figure IA is just about to cross OB and after a certain time will emerge at E; during the same time let particle N travel to C, so that ON becomes EC. Diagram OJHDO represents the hodograph for this situation with OJ the in-going strip speed. JD is parallel to OB and HD parallel to EB. After crossing OB, particles move parallel to OE. Particles from N arrive at B at the same time that particles from 0 arrive at D. Note that BN = OJ. At this time line ON becomes line DB.
Lee and Kobayaski  and Sowerby and Johnson  have succeeded, to some degree, in predicting earing behavior. The latter authors used anisotropic SLFT and Lee and Kobayaski a matrix method. NEW FORMING PROCESSES It seems appropriate that some examples should be given of new, or nominally new, forming processes. I shall briefly describe three complex processes that challenge the possibility of making a detailed analysis. W. JOHNSON 32 Rotary Forging Machines This improvement over the ordinary forging press results in a reduction of the physical size and the capital cost of a press for performing a particular operation by securing an order-of-magnitude reduction in the forming load.
Advances in Deformation Processing by W. Johnson (auth.), John J. Burke, Volker Weiss (eds.)