Design optimization of alloy component with E-CAP Process Using DEFORM 3D software
Pramod Kumar, Vijay Bhan Dinkar, Dr. Vinay Yadav
DEFORM-3D, AI-2024, E-CAP, FEM, and UFG-structured.
An angled channel, either square or circular, is usually used to handle billets in the ECAP process. The material is then deformed by shear deformation in both channels (entry and exit). This point is called the channel angle (Φ) and it is recognized that the angle subtended by the outer arc is the corner angle (Ψ). In three dimensions (3D), DEFORM-3D evaluates the flow of complicated metal forming processes. It is a sophisticated process simulation system. Material flow can be forecasted with DEFORM 3D while eliminating the time and cost of shop testing. A 3D FEM model again for effective stress, efficient strain, extrusion load, as well as the ECAP temperature deforming maps of Al−2024 were taken into account and carried out during this study. According to our results, both the channel angle and corner angle strongly influenced the forming load. As the maximum load increases, so do mechanical properties like strength, hardness, and so on. It will be shown from FEM results that billet top surfaces have the highest tensile modes and significant plastic strain concentrations in the zone are the most crucial to crack initiation.
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Unique Paper ID: 156843

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 5

Page(s): 169 - 179
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