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Plastic Casting Changes Taking into Account Instrument and Article Elastic Deformations

  • E. M. Tret’yakov

Abstract

During grooving, dressing off, precision volume stamping, etc., elastic deformation of the instrument and the machinable article have a substantial effect on the process characteristics. Elastic deformation of the instrument and the blank also have a significant effect on the parameters of rolling processes [1,2]. The precision of articles obtained by plastic deformation methods is determined in many respects by elastic deformations of the instrument and the machinable article. It is therefore necessary to take into account elastic deformations of the instrument and the plastically deformable article in the solution of a number of problems of practical interest. Solutions of certain problems of this type which have practical application were obtained in the plastic deformation laboratory of the Institute of Machine Science under the direction of Academician A. 1. Tselikov and A. D. Tomlenov.

Keywords

Residual Stress Sheet Metal Elastic Deformation Contact Region Plastic Region 
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