Analysis on development of incremental ring rolling process

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2006
Öztop, Muin Süleyman
In this study, a novel incremental ring rolling process used in production of rings with various cross sections is examined. A basic type of this process is investigated numerically, using commercial finite element programs; MSC Superform, MSC Marc. The user defined subroutines are also utilized for flexibility in modeling. The aim of modeling is to determine the material flow for geometrical analysis, strain/stress distribution for tool force analysis and residual stresses, in a cost effective way. The process has instabilities and requires large number of incremental stages to complete a full finite element simulation. The full models are reliable but costly hence the numerical studies are focused on reliable simplified models with lower computation time. Different approaches are developed: three-dimensional segment model, improved segment model, velocity coupling model. The results of these models are compared with experimentally verified full models. Numerical parameters such as mesh type, step size, convergence ratio are examined. After verification of the model different applications to of the process is developed and physical parameters affecting the process are discussed; such as the tool path .

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Citation Formats
M. S. Öztop, “Analysis on development of incremental ring rolling process,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2006.