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Prof. R. Chandramouli

 

 

Stress strain relations, stress and strain transformations, elastic and plastic behaviour, yield criteria, elementary principles of metal forming – cold, hot and warm working, effect of parameters such as temperature, strain rate, friction.

Process description and analysis of  forging, rolling, extrusion, drawing and sheet metal forming processess such as deep drawing, bending, shearing and blanking, powder forming and special forming methods.

 

 

Sl. No.

Module

Hours

Module

1

Stress-strain behaviour of materials, Stress and strain, Mohr,s circles, stress-strain relations – elastic, strain energy, plasticity, yield criteria.

7

Module 1

2

Forming – fundamentals, classification, flow stress, flow curves, effect of parameters such as strain rate, temperature etc, workability, anisotropy.

7

Module 2

3

Deformation zone geometry, friction, residual stress.

2

Module 3

4

Forging.

4

Module 4

5

Rolling.

4

Module 5

6

Extrusion.

5

Module 6

7

Wire Drawing.

4

Module 7

8

Deep drawing of sheet metals.

3

Module 8

9

Other sheet metal working.

3

Module 9

10

Defects in metal forming processes.

1

Module 10

11

Powder forming and other non-conventional forming methods.

2

Module 11

 

Total

42