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Optimization of extrusion and wiredrawing of magnesium alloys using the finite element method and distributed computing

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By Andriej Milenin and Piotr Kustra, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
2013
 
This paper is devoted to the production of thin wire of special alloys of magnesium containing calcium supplements (MgCa08, Ax30). It proposes a process model for extrusion and drawing based on a modified finite element method that takes into account the processes of fracture and allowing the use of distributed computing and clusters of computers. Due to extremely low technological plasticity of these alloys during metal forming, the narrow range of allowable parameters for extrusion and drawing does not lead to the fracture of the wire during deformation. The resulting wire contained no fracture and had high mechanical properties.
  
 
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