By American Society for Metals, Joseph R. Davis, S. L. Semiatin
ASM guide, Vol. 14: Forming and Forging
Provides an in-depth assessment of a few tactics lately brought or that experience come into recognition equivalent to radial, rotary (orbital), precision, powder, and isothermal/hot-die forging. Plus superplastic sheet forming, and abrasive waterjet and laser slicing. New fabrics during this booklet (containing 1,200 illustrations and 250 tables) relates to the improvement of thermomechanical processing, quite in regards to aerospace alloys, and the improvement of recommendations and exams to figure out steel workability/formability relationships.
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Extra resources for ASM Metals Handbook, Volume 14: Forming and Forging
Becker, N. J. Henning, Forging Equipment, Materials, and Practices, MCIC-HB-03, Metals and Ceramics Information Center, Battelle-Columbus Laboratories, 1973 4. O. Kenzle, Development Trends in Forming Equipment, Werkstattstechnik, Vol 49, 1959, p 479 (in German) 5. G. Rau, A Die Forging Press With a New Drive, Met. , July 1967, p 194-198 6. Engineers Handbook, Vol 1 and 2, VEB Fachbuchverlag, 1965 (in German) 7. A. Spachner, "Use of a Four-Bar Linkage as a Slide Drive for Mechanical Presses," SME Paper MF70-216, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 1970 8.
J. Foucher, "Influence of Dynamic Forces Upon Open Back Presses," Doctoral dissertation, Technical University, 1959 (in German) 2. T. Altan, Important Factors in Selection and Use of Equipment for Metal-working, in Proceedings of the Second Inter-American Conference on Materials Technology (Mexico City), Aug 1970 Selection of Forging Equipment Taylan Altan, The Ohio State University Classification and Characterization of Forging Machines Forging machines can be classified into three types: • • • Force-restricted machines (hydraulic presses) Stroke-restricted machines (mechanical presses) Energy-restricted machines (hammers and screw presses) The significant characteristics of these machines constitute all machine design and performance data that are pertinent to the economical use of the machine, including characteristics of load and energy, time-related characteristics, and characteristics of accuracy.
In this case, a friction clutch between the flywheel and the screw is not required. It is important to note that a screw press can be designed and used for forging operations in which large deformation energies are required or for coining operations in which small energies but high loads are required. Another interesting feature of screw presses is that they cannot be loaded beyond the calculated overload limit of the press. Time-Dependent Characteristics. For a screw press, the number of strokes per minute n is a dependent characteristic.