Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code Course Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorials Practicals Credits
MEC525 MECHANICS OF METAL FORMING 15854::Jasvinder Singh 2.0 0.0 0.0 2.0
Course Category Courses with Numerical focus
TextBooks
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
T-1 MECHANICAL METALLURGY GEORGE E. DIETER 3rd 2013 M. G.HILLS
Reference Books
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
R-1 TECHNOLOGY OF METAL
FORMING PROCESSES
SURENDER KUMAR 1st PHI (PRETICE HALL INDIA)
Relevant Websites
Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
RW-1 http://thelibraryofmanufacturing.com/forming_basics.html Information and description related to Forming
RW-2 http://www.efunda.com/formulae/solid_mechanics/mat_mechanics/calc_principal_stres
s.cfm
Stress calculator
RW-3 http://www.google.co.in/url?
sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&cad=rja&ved=0CDUQFjAB&url=http
%3A%2F%2Facademic.uprm.edu%2Fpcaceres%2FCourses%2FMMII%2FIMoM-
5A.pdf&ei=kWeEUsu1I4nGrAeRpIHoAw&usg=AFQjCNHo0WGreYWWXV-
AGAgOx-PkhkQ4Yg&sig2=-2SOFiKHB7XaBE3R4hinjQ&bvm=bv.56343320,d.bmk
Principal stresses ans calculation
Week
Number
Lecture
Number
Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of
Text/reference
books
Other Readings,
Relevant Websites,
Audio Visual Aids,
software and Virtual
Labs
Lecture Description Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool
Demonstration/
Case Study /
Images /
animation / ppt
etc. Planned
Live Examples
Detailed Plan For Lectures
LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)
Weeks before MTE 7
Weeks After MTE 7
Spill Over 2
Week 1 Lecture 1 Introduction and state of
stresses(Cold,hot and warm
forming and types of
stresses)
R-1:1.2 and 1.3 Basic introductory part
of the course and
knowledge about
forming process related
with temperature
Basic understanding
of
different type of
Forming processes
Figures of Forging
processes
Making of rod
and tubes
Introduction and state of
stresses(Components and
principle stresses)
R-1:2.2 Different components of
stresses.
Basic understanding
of
different components
of stresses.
Rectangular block
representing
stresses
stress produce
during work
Lecture 2 Introduction and state of
stresses(Experiments and
bulk deformation processes)
T-1:18.1
R-1:1.6 and 1.7
Different types of
deformation processes
like Extrusion, Drawing
and rolling
Working of metal
deforming processes.
Figures of different
metal deformation
processes
Introduction and state of
stresses(Temperature and
crack formation)
R-1:1.7 Relation between
temperature and
cracking in deformation
processes.
Effect of temperature
on cracking in
deformation
processes
Figures of different
metal deformation
processes
cracks of plastic
when put in to
sun light ,
braking of glass
due to hot water
Week 2 Lecture 3 Stress and strain
relationships and Elastic
behaviours(Description of
stress at a point)
T-1:2.2 Component of stresses Different type of
stresses (normal and
shear stresses)
Figure of stresses
acting cube.
Stress and strain
relationships and Elastic
behaviours(state of stress in
two and three dimensions)
T-1:2.3 and 2.5 Plane stresses in two
and three dimensions
Calculation of
stresses in two and
three dimensions
Figure of stresses
on oblique plane
Lecture 4 Stress and strain
relationships and Elastic
behaviours(state of stress in
two and three dimensions)
T-1:2.3 and 2.5 Plane stresses in two
and three dimensions
Calculation of
stresses in two and
three dimensions
Figure of stresses
on oblique plane
Week 3 Lecture 5 Stress and strain
relationships and Elastic
behaviours(Mohr's circle of
stress- two dimension and
three dimension)
T-1:2.4 and 2.7
R-1:2.7
Formation of mohr's
circle
calculation of stresses
with the help of
mohr's circle
Figure of mohr's
circle
Lecture 6 Stress and strain
relationships and Elastic
behaviours(Hydrostatics and
Deviator components of
stress)
T-1:2.10 Role of Hydrostatics and
Deviator components of
stress
Effect of stress
components
figure of
hydrostatic stresses
Stress and strain
relationships and Elastic
behaviours(Elastic stress
strain relations)
T-1:2.11 Stress strain relation Knowledge about
stress strain
relationship
Hooke's law elastic and
plastic body
Week 4 Lecture 7 Stress and strain
relationships and Elastic
behaviours(Calculations of
stresses from elastic strains)
T-1:2.12 Stress strain relation Knowledge about
stress strain
relationship
Numerical relates
to stress strain
relation.
Lecture 8 Test1
Week 5 Lecture 10 Yield criteria and flow rules
(Yield criteria of ductile
metals)
T-1:3.4 Von Mises or
Distortion-energy
Criterion
Calculation of
stresses for ductile
materials
Equations of Von
Mises
Lecture 9 Yield criteria and flow rules
(Introduction)
T-1:3.1 Introduction about
theory of plasticity
Knowledge about
stress-strain curves
Figure of Stress-
strain curves of
different materials
Yield criteria and flow rules
(The flow curve)
T-1:3.2 Description of flow
curve
Knowledge about
flow curve
Idealized flow
curve
Yield criteria and flow rules
(True stress and true strain)
T-1:3.3 Relation between true
stress and true strain
Knowledge about
stress-strain
equations
Equations of
stress-strain
relation
deformation of
object
Week 6 Lecture 11 Yield criteria and flow rules
(Combined stress test)
Spill Over Spill Over Spill Over
Lecture 12 Yield criteria and flow rules
(Yield locus)
T-1:3.5 and 3.6 Combined stress test and
Yield locus
Calculations of
stresses
Figure of Yield
criteria for plane
stresses
Yield criteria and flow rules
(Anistropy in yielding)
T-1:3.7 Anistropy in yielding Calculations of
stresses
Demonstration by
Faculty
Yield criteria and flow rules
(Yield surface and
normality)
T-1:3.7 Yield surface and
normality
Yield surface for Von
Mises criterion
Figures of Yield
Locus
Week 7 Lecture 13 Yield criteria and flow rules
(Octahedral shear stress and
shear strain)
T-1:3.9 shear stress and shear
strain in Octahedral
condition
Knowledge about the
calculation of stress
and strain
Demonstration by
Faculty
Yield criteria and flow rules
(Levy Mises equation)
T-1:3.11 Plastic stress-strain
relation
Levy Mises equation Demonstration by
Faculty
Yield criteria and flow rules
(Prandtl Reuss equation)
T-1:3.11 Plastic stress-strain
relation
Prandtl Reuss
equation
Equations of
Prandtl Reuss
Lecture 14 Yield criteria and flow rules
(Slip line field theory)
T-1:3.12 Two - Dimensional
plastic flow - Slip line
field theory
Methods of
developing plastic
constraint
Figure of mohr's
circle
MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 15 Forging and rolling of
metals(Classification of
forging process)
T-1:16.1 Different types of
forging processes
Uses of forging
processes
Figure of different
types of forging
processes
Manufacturing
of object by
blacksmith
Forging and rolling of
metals(Equipments)
T-1:16.2 Different types of
forging equipments
Uses of forging
equipments
Figure of different
types of forging
equipments
Forging and rolling of
metals(Forging plain strain)
T-1:16.3 Calculation of forces in
forging
Knowledge about
different forces in
forging
Figure of stress
distribution
Lecture 16 Forging and rolling of
metals(Open die and close
die forging)
T-1:16.4 and 16.5 Description of open and
closed die forging.
Knowledge about
different types of
forging dies
Figures of open
and closed die
forging.
Manufacturing
of object by
blacksmith
Forging and rolling of
metals(Calculation of
Forging)
T-1:16.6 Calculation of Forging
loads in closed-die
forging
Calculation of loads Figure of slab
Week 9 Lecture 17 Forging and rolling of
metals(Hot rolling and cold
rolling)
T-1:17.3 and 17.4 Hot and cold rolling Different types of
rolling
Figures of Rolling
mill
Manufacturing
of object by
blacksmith
Forging and rolling of
metals(Rolling of bar and
shapes)
T-1:17.5 Methods of rolling Different types of
rolling
Figures of Rolling
mill
similar process
as sugar cane
Forging and rolling of
metals(Forces and
geometrical relationship in
rolling)
T-1:17.3 and 17.4 Geometric relationship
in rolling
Calculations related
to rolling
Figures of forces
acting during
rolling
Lecture 18 Forging and rolling of
metals(Analysis of rolling
load)
T-1:17.7 Analysis of rolling loads Knowledge about the
calculation of rolling
lodes
Figures used to
define the rolling
loads
Week 10 Lecture 19 Test2
Lecture 20 Extrusion and Drawing
(Classification o f Extrusion
process)
T-1:18.1 Different types of
extrusion processes
Knowledge about
extrusion processes
Figure of extrusion
processes
making of sheets
at jindal
aluminum
factory
Extrusion and Drawing
(Deformation lubrication
and Defects in extrusion)
T-1:18.4 Different types of
lubrication and defects
in extrusion processes
Knowledge about
lubrication and
defects in extrusion
processes
Figure of extrusion
processes
Extrusion and Drawing
(Analysis of extrusion
process)
T-1:18.5 Analysis of extrusion
process
Knowledge about
different forces in
extrusion
Figure of stress-
strain distribution
in partial tube
Week 11 Lecture 21 Extrusion and Drawing
(Hydrostatic extrusion)
T-1:18.7 Use of hydro pressure in
extrusion
Role of hydrostatic
pressure in extrusion
Figures of
extrusion processes
Extrusion and Drawing(Rod
and wire drawing)
T-1:19.2 Different types of
drawing processes
Use and working of
drawing process
equipments
Figures of different
drawing processes
Extrusion and Drawing
(Analysis of wire drawing)
T-1:19.3 Analysis of forces acting
during process
Knowledge related
forces in wire
drawing
Figures of wire
drawing processes
Lecture 22 Extrusion and Drawing
(Tube drawing process)
T-1:19.4 Types of tube drawing
processes
Knowledge about
tube drawing
Figure of tube
drawing processes
Extrusion and Drawing
(Analysis of tube drawing)
T-1:19.5 Analysis of forces acting
during process
Knowledge related
forces in tube
drawing
Figure of tube
drawing processes
Week 12 Lecture 23 Test3
Lecture 24 Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Forming methods)
T-1:20.1 and 20.2 Introduction and
methods of forming
processes
Different types of
forming processes
Figures of different
forming processes
Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Shearing and Blanking)
T-1:20.3 Introduction and
methods of shearing and
blanking processes
Different types of
shearing and blanking
processes
Figures of different
shearing and
blanking processes
Manufacturing
of object by
blacksmith
Week 13 Lecture 25 Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Bending)
T-1:20.4 Definition of terms used
in bending
Springback in
bending
Different types of
bending processes
Manufacturing
of object by
blacksmith
Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Stretch forming)
T-1:20.5 Stretch forming
operation
Variation of necking Figures of
stretching
processes
Lecture 26 Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Deep drawing)
T-1:20.6 Description of Deep
drawing
Analysis of deep
drawing process
figures of different
drawing processes
making of tube
Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Forming limit criteria)
T-1:20.7 Description forming
limit
Analysis of forming
limit
Forming limit
diagram
Week 14 Lecture 27 Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Lubrication principle and
mechanism)
R-1:7.2 and 7.3 Lubrication principals
and mechanism
Knowledge about
lubrication
mechanism
Figure of three
regimes of
lubrication
Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Lubrication need and their
components and cost
selection)
R-1:7.4 and 7.5 Need of lubrication in
industries
Knowledge about
costs of lubrication
Different
components of
costs in lubrication
Lecture 28 Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(Chemical characteristics
and solid lubrication)
R-1:7.10 and 7.11 Chemical characteristics
values and categories of
solid lubrication
Types of solid
lubrication
Demonstration by
Faculty
Sheet metal Forming and
Lubrication mechanisms
(classification of lubricants
and use in forming process)
R-1:7.7 and 7.8 classification of
lubricants
Use of lubrication in
forming process
Demonstration by
Faculty
SPILL OVER
Week 15 Lecture 29 Spill Over
Lecture 30 Spill Over
Scheme for CA:
Component Frequency Out Of Each Marks Total Marks
Test 2 3 10 20
Total :- 10 20
Details of Academic Task(s)
AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task
(group/individuals/field
work
Evaluation Mode Allottment /
submission Week
Test1 To check student's
ability to understand
subject matter
through written test
Unit 1 and Unit 2 Individual Answers should be
to the point and
problems should be
solved step wise.
3 / 4
Test2 To check the
understanding of
students about the
topics done in class
Unit : 4 Individual Answers should be
to the point and
problems should be
solved step wise.
9 / 10
Test3 To test the
knowledge of the
student
Unit : 5 Individual Answers should be
to the point and
problems should be
solved step wise.
11 / 12