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Handbook of Workability and Process Design George E. Dieter

Handbook of Workability and Process Design

George E. Dieter

Published October 1st 2003
ISBN : 9780871707789
Hardcover
414 pages
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This handbook is an update and expansion in scope of the book Workability Testing Techniques, which was published by the American Society for Metals in 1984. The present book reflects the use of FEM analysis for process design. It provides practicalMoreThis handbook is an update and expansion in scope of the book Workability Testing Techniques, which was published by the American Society for Metals in 1984. The present book reflects the use of FEM analysis for process design. It provides practical workability testing techniques that can be used by inexperienced practitioners. Coverage encompasses bulk workability of metals, the evolution of microstructure during hot working, cold upset testing, hot compression testing, torsion testing to assess bulk workability, and thermomechanical testing. Other topics include workability in forging, modeling techniques in forming processes, and optimal design of thermomechanical processes. Editor information is not given. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR