Extrusion: processes, machinery, tooling
This book succeeds in providing a comprehensive and detailed treatment of all aspects of extrusion, with special emphasis on the latest advanced technology. Among the extruded metals covered are aluminum, lead, tin, magnesium, zinc, copper, titanium, zirconium, beryllium, uranium, nickel and steel. Processes discussed include direct and indirect extrusion, cable sheathing by extrusion, hydrostatic extrusion, cladding by extrusion, and special technology for extruding various metals. Also discussed are stresses in extrusion, economic aspects, and future developments. Book jacket.
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Special Technology for Extruding Various Materials
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aluminum alloys aluminum extrusion austenitic billet heating billet length billet surface billet temperature cable sheathing Chap coils cold extrusion components conical container conveyor cooling copper cross section cylinder deformation resistance developed diameter discard dummy block exit speed exit temperature External wall extruded product extrusion load extrusion press extrusion ratio extrusion speed extrusion temperature extrusion tooling flow stress friction heat treatment heavy metals high extrusion high-temperature holder hollow sections hot working steels hydraulic hydrostatic extrusion increase indirect extrusion induction furnaces induction heating inner liner intermediate liner lubricant machine mandrel mantle maximum mechanical properties Metallkunde method molybdenum multihole operating oxide piercer piercing press capacity quenching recrystallization reduced residual stresses rod and tube runout table shear shell spark erosion specific pressure steel tubes stem Strangpressen suitable tensile tensile strength tensile stresses thermal conductivity tube extrusion tube press tungsten vertical wall thickness welding chamber wire zirconium zone