Deformation processes of rigid plastic materials
Trans Tech, Oct 30, 2009 - Science - 117 pages
This special issue presents a series of papers written of a group of leading scientists working in the field of the mechanics of plastic deformation. The collection covers a broad spectrum of topics including: pressure-dependent plasticity, elastic-plastic deformation of thin plates, metal-forming analysis and design, constitutive behavior near to frictional interfaces and new developments in the upper-bound method.
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Table of Contents
Preliminary Design of a Composite Material Flywheel
N N Alexandrova and P M M Vila Real
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Alexandrov alloy analysis anisotropy asperities associated flow rule asymptotic analysis axis boundary conditions components compression decreases deep drawing double shearing model elastic springback equations equivalent strain rate experimental feature size effect Figure flaring test forming processes fracture friction coefficient function Geometry granular materials granular systems Hooke's law hydromechanical incremental sheet forming interface investigated isotropic layer Lyamina material properties maximum drawing height maximum friction law maximum friction surface Mech metal forming microtube Mishuris non-coaxial numerical obtained parameters perfectly plastic plane plane strain plastic anisotropy plastic deformation plastic potential model problem punch speed radial rate intensity factor rigid plastic rigid/perfectly plastic material rings rough tool saturation stress shear stress sheet metal sheet metal forming shown in Fig simulation sliding smoothing process solution strain rate intensity surface roughness symmetry Technol temperature variation vicinity of maximum viscoplastic material warm/hot yield criterion yield stress Young's modulus