Advances in superplasticity and superplastic forming

proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the MDMD Shaping and Forming Committee, held at the TMS/ASM Materials Week, 2-5 November, 1992

Publisher: Minerals, Metals & Materials Society in Warrendale, Pa

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by N. Chandra, H. Garmestani, R.E. Goforth.
ContributionsChandra, N., Garmestani, H., Goforth, R. E., Minerals, Metals and Materials Society. Shaping and Forming Committee.
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LC ClassificationsTS200 .A38 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 167 p. :
Number of Pages167
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Open LibraryOL1443747M
ISBN 100873392507
LC Control Number93079176
OCLC/WorldCa29933327

A symposium on Advances in Superplasticity and Superplastic forming was held in TMS Chicago Fall meeting during November , There were three sessions with 15 papers presented, with renewed interest in superplasticity. Superplasticity synonyms, Superplasticity pronunciation, Superplasticity translation, English dictionary definition of Superplasticity. adj very easily moulded at high temperatures without fracturing n such a metal, alloy, etc ˌsuperplasˈticity n adj. having the capacity to .   High-strain-rate superplasticity describes the ability of a material to sustain large plastic deformation in tension at high strain rates of the order of to s-1 and is of great. However, superplastic forming offers advantages over other fabrication methods in that complex components can be fabricated in a single step. This information is from ASM HANDBOOKS ONLINE, Volume 14B, Metalworking: Sheet Forming —> Superplastic Sheet Forming —> Requirements for Superplasticity.

This book describes advances in the field of superplasticity, the ability of certain materials to undergo very large tensile strains. This phenomenon has increasing commercial applications, but also presents a fascinating scientific challenge in attempts to understand the physical mechanisms that underpin it. Micrograin Superplasticity refers to the ability of fine-grained materials (1 µm Cited by: Additionally, K. A. Padmanabhan has contributed 6 book chapters and more than research publications, with a majority on Superplasticity. Mechanical processing [ edit ] A procedure for the superplastic forming of hemispherical domes of Titanium-6 Aluminum-4 Vanadium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) was developed by Prof. Padmanabhan for the Integrated Alma mater: Banaras Hindu University, University of . @article{osti_, title = {Towards a Superplastic Forming of Fe-Mn-Al Alloys}, author = {Guanabara, Paulo Jr and Bueno, Levi de O and Ferreira Batalha, Gilmar}, abstractNote = {The aim is to study the characteristics of superplasticity, mostly on non qualified materials, such as austenitic steel of the Fe-Mn-Al alloy, which has some of the specific material parameters .

Application of Superplastic Forming for Aerospace Components TakayuM Tsuzuku, Akio Takahashi and Akira Sakamoto A Review of the Mechanical Properties after Superplastic Forming and Diffusion Bonding D. S. McDarmaid, P. G. Partridge and A. Wisbey Researches on Superplasticity and Forming in the National R & D Projects ICSAM is the 13th international conference on Superplasticity series and is built upon this proven concept and continues the tradition of its predecessors. Only a limited number of participants pay exclusive attention to the examination of superplastic phenomenon and the implementation of superplastic forming technique into commercial use. Superplasticity is shown to be a universal phenomenon in materials ranging from metals and intermetallics to ceramics. Superplastic deformation facilitates the production of materials with specifically chosen properties. This is illustrated using the examples of Mg-, Al-, and Ti-based commercial alloys, steels, and superalloys. Their topics include friction stir microstructure for superplasticity, an example of superplasticity of a cast alloy, cavitation during superplasticity, the potential of extending superplasticity to thick sections, superplastic punch forming and forging, and friction stir welding and superplastic forming for multisheet structures.

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Shaping and Forming Committee.;]. Superplasticity. Superplasticity is the ability of some polycrystalline materials to exhibit very high elongations, equal to or greater than %, under low-flow stresses and with a high resistance to localized necking (–).

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Ultra fine-grained metals can show exceptional ductility, known as superplasticity, during sheet forming. The higher duc Brand: Elsevier Science. In materials science, superplasticity is a state in which solid crystalline material is deformed well beyond its usual breaking point, usually over about % during tensile deformation.

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Since the mids, the superplastic characteristics associated with a limited range of structurally significant aluminium, titanium and nickel based alloys have been exploited in the manufacture of aerospace components. The principal manufacturing route used in the production of these components has been the method of superplastic forming (SPF).

forming. Recent extensive reviews on Superplasticity are available [–]. There are two types of superplastic behavior. The best known and studied, fine-structure Superplasticity (FSS), will be briefly discussed in the following sections.

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superplasticity[¦süpərpla′stisədē] (metallurgy) The unusual ability of some metals and alloys to elongate uniformly by thousands of percent at elevated temperatures, much like hot polymers or glasses. Superplasticity The unusual ability of some metals and alloys to elongate uniformly thousands of percent at elevated temperatures, much.

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Superplasticity hos been observed in many aluminum metal-matrix composites at extremely high strain rates (approximately –1 S−1). These materials generally exhibited a strain-rate sensitivity value of about and a maximum elongation of about %.

It is believed thot the presence ofa liquid phose, or in some cases a low-melting-point region, at the Cited by: This publication addresses the various advances in materials and process technologies required for superplastic forming to enter mass production environments such as the automotive industry, where fast cycle time is a key requirement.

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Huanga,*, T.H. Chuangb aInstitute of Materials Science and Engineering, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan bInstitute of Materials Science and Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan Received 29 April ; received in revised form 19 August. This paper studies the effects of interfacial friction distribution on the integrity of superplastic formed parts.

For that purpose, the deformation of AA superplastic aluminum alloy into a long rectangular box is investigated. The die surface is divided into five regions for local application of friction by: 8.

On the Stability of Biaxial Stretching With Application to the Optimization of Superplastic Blow-Forming X. Ding. Ding. “Designing Optimized Deformation Paths for Superplastic Ti-6AV,” Advances in Superplasticity and Superplastic Forming, I.

Chandra et al. eds., The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, pp. 3– 6. Cited by: 6th EUROSPF Conference THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW MANUFACTURING ROUTE FOR SUPERPLASTIC MAGNESIUM ALLOY SHEET EXPLOITING TWIN ROLL CASTING Richard Dashwood 1, Martin Jackson 2, David Klaumünzer 3, Zhongyun Fan 4, Roger Grimes 1 1 Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL - UK.

Super plastic forming and explosive forming 1. Group Member ASIM ASHFAQ BSME 2. SUPER PLASTIC FORMINGEXPLOSIVE FORMING 3. SUPER PLASTIC FORMING 4. INTRODUCTION Super plastic Forming .forming of structural components using conventional plastic working methods. In this case pursuit to obtain fine-grained microstructure enabling superplastic deformation seems to be very promising [1,].

Table 1. Superplastic deformation conditions of selected titanium alloys and titanium matrix composites [1,] Alloy. Superplastic alloys exhibit extremely high ductility (>%) without cracks when tensile-strained at temperatures above half of their melting point.

Superplasticity, which resembles the Cited by: 9.