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Title: FEA and Exergy Analysis of Conventional Forging Material Processing for Non Conventional Specimens
Researcher: Sanodiya Santosh
Guide(s): Manvijay Singh
Keywords: Engineering and Technology,Engineering,Engineering Mechanical
University: Dr. K N Modi Univerity
Completed Date: 2017
Abstract: The present research propose a material mechanical processing in which the forming begin at the location of the deepest feature and steadily shapes up the features by pleasing advantage of rigid-body motions. Compared to the conventional forming use in processing, this approach can dramatically improve geometric precision, increase formability, form components with desired thickness and create complex mechanism. Furthermore, an evaluation of the forming forces shows that the leading forces by means of this approach are in the specimens resulting in a significant enhancement in geometric accuracy. The paper examines the deformation behaviour of geometrical specimens of an aluminium alloy undergoing axial compression in a Universal Testing Machine under dry condition. It is observed that researchers have made attempts to investigate alternate specimens for friction calibration. It is originate that ring compression test is suggested as the standard test used for determination of coefficient of friction, because it gives abiding results. The effect of weight percentage, hardness and upsetting load as stress strain is studied by UTM testing software on geometrical specimens. The friction factor at die metal interface is evaluated by ring compression tests and its effect on non-uniform deformation is investigated. The experimental results are finally compared with those obtained by FE simulation and modelling. In order to validate the certainty of those specimens, real experiments on them are applied. Rings of standard dimensional quantitative relation 6:3:1 within the same machine. Friction predictions from each specimen are found to be in close match, projected alternate specimen offers a strong tool for friction prediction in the absence of ring specimen. Aspects of exergy calculations are within the past repetitively used to quantify the worth and extent of energy utilized in thermal energy processes. newline
Appears in Departments:Mechanical Engineering

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