Metal Forming Plasticity: Symposium Tutzing/Germany August 28 - September 3, 1978

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  • ISBN-13: 9783642813573
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/22/2011
  • Series: IUTAM Symposia Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1979
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 422
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Table of Contents

On the Prediction of Necking in Anisotropic Sheets.- On the Theoretical and Experimental Description of the Mechanical Behaviour of Metals during Metal Forming Processes.- Spin-Forging of Sheet Metal Cones Having Various Cone Angles from 70/30 Brass and Commercially Pure Aluminium.- Residual Stresses in Deep Drawn Cups and Sunk Tubes.- On the Complete Numerical Solution of the Axisymmetrical Deep-Drawing Problem.- Application of the Stereophoto- grammetric Methods to the Analysis of the Kinematics and Dynamics of Shells.- Deformations finies en coordonnées locales et application à un problème d’emboutissage.- Optimum Deformation Rate in Large Inelastic Deformations.- New Trends in Tube and Bar Processing.- Analysis of Large Deformation and Stress in Metal Forming Processes by the Finite Element Method.- Stress and Deformation Analysis of Metal-Forming Processes.- Inhomogeneity of Deformation and Tool Design.- A New Approach for Generalized Three-Dimensional Extrusion of Sections from Round Billets by Conformal Transformation.- Ideal Metal Forming.- The Application of Singular Perturbation Techniques to the Analysis of Forming Processes for Strain-Hardening Materials.- Allowing for a Variable Flow Stress in the Analysis of Metal Working Processes.- Plastic Deformations with Free Boundaries — A Finite Element Approach.- Finite-Element Formulation for the Analysis of Plastic Deformation of Rate-Sensitive Materials in Metal Forming.- Theoretical Solutions of Some Plastic Working Processes in the Light of Experimental Evidence.- Analysis of Metal Forming by the Rigid-Plastic Finite Element Method Based on Plasticity Theory for Porous Metals.- Mechanics of Creep in Metal Forming.- Modeling of the Tool-Workpiece Interface.- Drawing of Fiber Reinforced Tubes.- Stresses and Strains in Deformation of Clad Metals.- Joint Examination Project of Validity of Various Numerical Methods for the Analysis of Metal Forming Processes — Report Given and Comments Made at the Pound Table Discussion of the Symposium.
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