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Wire Technology Process Engineering and Metallurgy by Roger N. Wright
This ebook was the primary that I’m conscious of to show deformation processing with main emphasis on D, the form of the deformation zone. To make sure, D or its equal was utilized in among the extra enlightened mid-twentieth century wire drawing analysis (most notably that of J. G. Wistreich) and citations of the significance of deformation zone geometry could be discovered within the literature of the 1920’s. Nevertheless, Backofen powerfully employed it as a educating instrument, bringing collectively a substantial array of mechanical analyses, course of designs and mechanical metallurgical phenomenology.
As a younger metallurgist, I assumed that virtually everyone used D, solely to seek out out that its work-a-day industrial functions had been minimal. On this context, I utilized it (arguably even over utilized it) each probability that I had, and within the wire business I consider it has been of serious worth. In any case, it’s central to a lot of this ebook, and I’ve Professor Backofen to thank. The opposite affect that I want to cite was Dr. Alan T. Male, my supervisor through the years that I spent at Westinghouse Analysis Laboratories. Alan was, after all, renown for his growth of the ring compression check that quantifies friction in forging (a superb utility of deformation zone geometry, by the way).
Furthermore, he had been a school member at The College of Birmingham and had an instinctive and synergistic method to making use of rigorous analysis method and perspective to industrial processing programs. He, early on, directed my involvement in all kinds of subtle wire processing research, in addition to within the supervision of business society seminars and quick programs. After I left Westinghouse to hitch the school at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1974, I had been given an intensive schooling in wire processing, to go along with my broader backgrounds in metallurgy and metals processing.
Wire Technology, Second Edition: Process Engineering and Metallurgy PDF
Author(s): Roger N. Wright
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann;Elsevier Ltd, Year: 2016
Wire Technology: Process Engineering and Metallurgy, Second Edition, covers new developments in high-speed equipment and the drawing of ultra-high strength steels, along with new computer-based design and analysis software and techniques, including Finite Element Analysis.
In addition, the author shares his design and risk prediction calculations, as well as several new case studies. New and extended sections cover measurement and instrumentation, die temperature and cooling, multiwire drawing, and high strength steel wire.
Coverage of process economics has been greatly enhanced, including an exploration of product yields and cost analysis, as has the coverage of sustainability aspects such as energy use and recycling. As with the first edition, questions and problems are included at the end of each chapter to reinforce key concepts.
Written by an internationally-recognized specialist in wire drawing with extensive academic and industry experience
Provides real-world examples, problems, and case studies that allow engineers to easily apply the theory to their workplace, thus improving productivity and process efficiency
Covers both ferrous and non-ferrous metals in one volume
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