Materials Processing Defects

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Comprises 25 contributions by well-known researchers in the field of materials-processing defects. Many of the contributors were involved with the Second International Conference on Materials Processing Defects (the proceedings of which have been published as a special issue of the Journal of Materials Processing Technology, v.32, nos.1-2, 1992). Those contributions which appeared in the proceedings have been extended and generalized somewhat to create self-contained chapters on individual topics, which include micro- and macro-scale observation of defects; localization and instability analysis; damage modelling and fracture criteria; formability characterization; defect prediction methods; design considerations to avoid defects; and practical process/material considerations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Table of Contents

Some Comments on the Structure of Technology of Plasticity in R&D and Production 1
James Nasmyth (1808-1890): The Steam Hammer and the Mechanics of Vee-anvil Forging 17
Modeling Dynamic Strain Localization in Inelastic Solids 59
Void Growth under Triaxial Stress State and its Influence on Sheet Metal Forming Limits 75
The Prediction of Necking and Wrinkles in Deep Drawing Processes Using the FEM 91
Constitutive Models for Microvoid Nucleation, Growth and Coalescence in Elastoplasticity, Finite Element Reference Modelling 107
Theoretical and Numerical Modelling of Isotropic or Anisotropic Ductile Damage in Metal Forming Processes 123
Research on Forging Processes for Production [alpha] + [beta] Titanium Alloy TC11 Disks 141
Modelling of Fracture Initiation in Metalforming Processes 155
Formability Determination for Production Control 171
Design of Experiments, a Statistical Method to Analyse Sheet Metal Forming Defects Effectively 187
Formability, Damage and Corrosion Resistance of Coated Steel Sheets 203
Model of Metal Fracture in Cold Deformation and Ductivity Restoration by Annealing 219
Prediction of Necking in 3-D Sheet Metal Forming Processes with Finite Element Simulation 235
Deformability versus Fracture Limit Diagrams 251
Prediction of Geometrical Defects in Sheet Metal Forming Processes by Semi-Implicit FEM 265
Evolution of Structural Anisotropy in Metal Forming Processes 283
Computer Aided Design of Optimised Forgings 297
Defects in Thermal Sprayed and Vapour Deposited Thick and Thin Hard-wearing Coatings 311
A Study of Workability Criteria in Bulk Forming Processes 333
Degradation of Metal Matrix Composite under Plastic Straining 359
Crack Prevention and Increase of Workability of Brittle Materials by Cold Extrusion 373
A Database for some Physical Defects in Metal Forming Processes 387
Split Ends and Central Burst Defects in Rolling 401
Form-Filling in Forging and Section-Rolling 417
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