In this paper the results of modelling of radial-shear rolling process of austenitic stainless steel AISI-321 are presented. The simulation in Simufact Forming program complex was performed. The conditions of simulation for radial-shear mill SVP-08 of Rudny industrial Institute were adopted. The various parameters of stress-strain state (effective plastic strain, effective stress, mean normal stress and Lode-Nadai coefficient) and also microstructure evolution with rolling force were considered. It is revealed that radial-shear rolling is an effective process for obtaining of high quality round billets from stainless steels of austenitic class.
Author: Lezhnev S. N.
The development of new and modernization of existing methods of plate-rolling in order to obtain high-quality and competitive products is a promising task. This paper presents the results of a comparative analysis of the classical plate rolling technology and new technology, including rolling in relief rolls and workpiece alignment on a smooth barrel followed by rolling to the desired size. Comparison of these technologies was carried out with the help of computer simulation methods in finite element software package SIMUFACT FORMING together with a database of materials properties MATILDA. The analysis was conducted by parameters such as: the degree of elaboration of the workpiece, deformation scheme, the evolution of the microstructure. For comparison, the values of the stresses and deformations of the workpieces to be processed on existing and proposed technologies, studied the stress-strain state using the coefficient Lode-Nadai. Analysis results obtained in the course of the simulation allows to predict better quality plate production with the use of the proposed technology plate rolling.
MODELING AND STUDY OF THE PROCESS OF BILLETS EXTRUSION WITH ADDITIONAL BACK- PRESSURE IN EQUAL CHANNEL STEP MATRIX
This work is devoted to the study of stress-strain state and power parameters in the simulation of the process of extrusion billets with additional back-pressure in equal channel step matrix. Analyzing the obtained results we can conclude that the matrix without backpressure cannot achieve complete closing of internal defects of a deformable metal. The backpressure created by the increase of the roughness of the output channel of the matrix, has a beneficial effect on the stress-strain state of the metal, which in turn allows you to provide the best structured deformable metal