Jadhav Vijay Baban
The estimation of forging die wear and cost are both important issues. Die wear accounts for a large portion (almost 70%) of die failures. This leads to increased costs to replace the die, through downtime and the cost of the die itself. Through finite element method (FEM), forging processes can be simulated and the die wear can be predicted. This allows for optimization of the forging process and increase in die life, as well as reduction in die try-out time and a proactive in processes action taking o die to better die life and more production rate and replacement of dies, which helps reduce scrap and downtime. Through two case studies of elevated temperature extrusion, it is shown that wear and plastic deformation prediction is possible. With these predictions, the extrusion processes can be improved for better die life by getting on process corrective action on die and their repair by machining process.. The procedure of tacking corrective action on die has increasing die life.
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Unique Paper ID: 153916

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 544 - 547
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