Publications:Books:Plastic_Flow
Published by John
Wiley & Sons, Baffins Lane, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 IUD, England
Table of Contents
Preface
1. Metal Forming Operations
1.1 Introduction
1.2 The Operation Diagram
1.3 Forging Operations
1.4 Drawing Operations
1.5 Dimensional Analysis
1.6 Extrusion Operations
1.7 Rolling Operations
1.8 The Method of Solution
Problems
References
2. Kinematics of Deformable BodiesThe Velocity Field
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Kinematics of Particles
2.3 The Material Description of Linear Motions
2.4 The Spatial Description
2.5 Motions in TwoDimensions
2.6 Polar Coordinates
2.7 Steady Motions
2.8 The Streamlines Method of Flow Visualization
2.9 The Distorted Grid Method
2.10 Summary
Problems
References
3. Kinematics of Deformable BodiesThe StrainRate Field
3.1 Deformations
3.2 Rate of Axial Strain in Linear Motion
3.3 Axial StrainRates in TwoDimensional Flow
3.4 Shear StrainRate in TwoDimensional Flow
3.5 A Unifying View: The StrainRate Field
3.6 Principal Directions and Components
3.7 Flow with Symmetry Around an Axis
3.8 Volume Constancy, Continuity
3.9 The Stream Function
Problems
References
4. Kinetics and Stokes' Principle of Power Expended
4.1 Introduction
4.2 External Forces
4.3 Net Power Input
4.4 The Stress Power
4.5 Shear Surfaces
4.6 Rate of Change of Kinetic Energy
4.7 The BalanceofPower Approach
4.8 Observed Facts in OpenDie Piercing
4.9 Kinematic Assumptions and the Velocity Field
4.10 Verification Procedure
4.11 Kinetic Assumptions and the Required Pressure
4.12 Summary and Critical Evaluation
Problems
References
5. Plastic Flow of Mises Materials
5.1 Introduction
5.2 The Tension Test
5.3 The Compression Test
5.4 Mises Materials
5.5 The UpperBound Theorem of Mises Materials
5.6 Some Elements of the Calculus of Variations
5.7 Markov's Minimum Principle
5.8 RigidPerfectly Plastic Behaviour
Problems
References
6. Accounting for WorkHardening
6.1 WorkHardening Materials
6.2 The Effective Strain
6.3 The Tension Test with WorkHardening Materials
6.4 The FlowStress Curve
6.5 Effective Strain in Homogeneous Deformation
6.6 WorkHardening in BulkDeformation Processes
6.7 Effective Strain in Steady Flow
6.8 WorkHardening in Steady FlowThrough Processes
6.9 NonSteady Forming Processes
6.10 Concluding Remarks
Problems
References
