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Development and validation of a mathematical model of warm drawing process of magnesium alloys in heated dies

Development and validation of a mathematical model of warm drawing process of magnesium alloys in heated dies

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The warm drawing process in heated dies is proposed to increase the workability of Mg alloys. The purpose of this paper is development and experimental validation of a mathematical model of a warm dr ...
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Number of pages:10
Year published:2011
Weight:0.2500
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By Andriej Milenin and Piotr Kustra, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland, and Jan-Marten Seitz, Friedrich-Wilhelm Bach, and Dirk Bormann, Institute of Materials Science at the University of Hannover, Germany
2011
 
The warm drawing process in heated dies is proposed to increase the workability of Mg alloys. The purpose of this paper is development and experimental validation of a mathematical model of a warm drawing of wires made of MgCa0.8 and Ax30 alloys and determination of optimal parameters for maximum workability. The first part focuses on development of a numerical model, which is based on an FE solution; the second on experimental upsetting and tensile tests. Flow stress and ductility models were obtained based on these tests.
  
 
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