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Finite element analysis of a tube swaging process
Mincheol Kim 1), Jaegun Eom 2) , Sungju Lim3), Hojun Choi3) , ManSoo Joun #
Graduate student of Gyeongsang National University(GNU), Jinju / Korea; TIC of Gyeongsang National University; 3) Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Incheon / Korea; #) School of Mechanical and Areospace Engineering, GNU, Jinju / Korea, email@example.com
Contents ⊙ Research background ⊙ Analysis model ⊙ Condition of finite element analysis ⊙ History of deformation ⊙ Animation ⊙ Conclusions ⊙ Future plans .
the swaging process is very advantageous for mass production ○ Because equipments inexpensive and simple. material savings can be applied to large and non-ferrous materials ○ Available forming at cold and hot temperatures .Research background ⊙ The advantage of swaging process ○ Various shapes as round. easy to work with anyone that is unskilled ○ Because of chipless forming. square. tapered shape of products.
Research background ⊙ Literature search ○ Piela. Grosman and Piela: assume 2-dimentional problem .
. FEA Before After Prediction-DEFORMTM .J.Jeong et.Research background ⊙ Literature search ○ H. al.
○ Simulate a tube swaging process .Research background ⊙ Objective of research ○ The rigid-plastic finite element method is used.
Split die Thicker shim plate Reference: Korea Institute of Industrial Technology .Equipment and dies of rotary swaging Developed rotary swaging machine (RSM25) Spindle head Control panel 4.
Equipment and dies of rotary swaging Developed rotary swaging die Design of swaging die Manufacture of swaging die Reference: Korea Institute of Industrial Technology .
Analysis model Schematic diagram of a swaging process and Analysis model Radial motion of die Longitudinal motion of workpiece Longitudinal motion of pusher Radial motion of die .
0 1.5 400 200 2 Spindle 200 revolution(rpm) Forming speed 0.) 25 40 50 60 0.] ○ Workpiece longitudinal speed: mm/s ○ Spindle number of revolution: rpm Workpiece longitudinal (mm/min) Spindle number of revolution (rev/min) Forming speed (mm/rev) = ⊙ Reduction of area Parameters Tube:STKM11A Reduction of diameter(%) Ratio of t/d Reduction of diameter(%) t/d 1/10 1/20 1/30 Value 30 45 55 Δd(%) 15 30 50 Parameters Value Solid:S45C Reduction of area(%) Forming speed (mm/rev.0 Feed speed (mm/min) 100 200 200 1 300 200 1.Variation of forming process ⊙ Forming speed [mm/rev.5 1.5 2.5 (mm/rev) Reference: Korea Institute of Industrial Technology .
05 5 60 0 40 -5 20 -10 ⊙ Velocity ○ Velocity of radial motion of dies vrD ○ Velocity of longitudinal motion of workpiece vlM -15 0 0.Conditions of finite element analysis ⊙ Flow stress 712.108s 25 20 Load [kN] ⊙ Back pressing force exerted by the pusher 15 10 5 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Distance [mm] angular velocity [deg/s] vrD vlM wM 80 .6 0.4 0.8 1 0 Time [s] ○ Angular velocity of workpiece wM Back pressing force exerted by the pusher with the movement of the back end of the workpiece 30 ⊙ Cycle time: 1.22 Velocities of workpiece and dies with time 15 MPa Velocity [mm/s] 10 ⊙ Coefficient of Coulomb friction 0.2 0.8962 0.
54 Blow. 67 . 19 Blow. 10 Blow. 37 Blow. 46 Blow.History of deformation ⊙ Effective strain Initial Blow. 28 Blow.
Compare experiment with prediction Wrinkle Thickness LS-Dyna Reference: Korea Institute of Industrial Technology .
a circle-circle tube swaging process was simulated. ⊙ Load on the backpressing die was imposed by the virtual body force technique. ⊙ A backpressing die approach was proposed to reflect the reverse motion of the workpiece. . ⊙ For example.Conclusions ⊙ A scheme of analyzing a swaging process by finite element method was presented.