Mechanics and Metallurgy
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This book helps the engineer understand the principles of metal forming and analyze forming problems--both the mechanics of forming processes and how the properties of metals interact with the processes. In this third edition, an entire chapter has been devoted to forming limit diagrams and various aspects of stamping and another on other sheet forming operations. Sheet testing is covered in a separate chapter. Coverage of sheet metal properties has been expanded. Interesting end-of-chapter notes have been added throughout, as well as references. More than 200 end-of-chapter problems are also included.Read more
- Helps the engineer understand the principles of metal forming and analyze forming problems
- Coverage of sheet metal properties has been expanded to include new materials and more on aluminium alloys
- Includes 205 exercises and numerous examples
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- Edition: 3rd Edition
- Date Published: December 2007
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511352799
- contains: 205 exercises
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
1. Stress and strain
3. Strain hardening
5. Temperature and strain-rate dependence
6. Work balance
7. Slab analysis and friction
8. Upper-bound analysis
9. Slip-line field analysis
10. Deformation zone geometry
13. Plastic anisotropy
14. Cupping, redrawing, and ironing
15. Forming limit diagrams
17. Other sheet forming operations
18. Formability tests
19. Sheet metal properties.
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