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Series: ASM Technical Books
Publisher: ASM International
Published: 01 August 2012
DOI: 10.31399/asm.tb.smfpa.t53500179
EISBN: 978-1-62708-317-1
... Abstract Tube hydroforming is a material-forming process that uses pressurized fluid to plastically deform tubular materials into desired shapes. It is widely used in the automotive industry for making exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, shock absorber housings, and other parts...
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Fig. 9.1 Tube hydroforming process sequence More
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Fig. 9.2 Examples of parts made by tube hydroforming. (a) Automotive applications. (b) Motorcycle and bicycle applications. (c) Applications for household appliances. Source: Ref 9.1 More
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Fig. 9.3 Classification of parts and processes in tube hydroforming (THF) More
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Fig. 9.16 Tube hydroforming process control limits More
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Fig. 9.18 Components of punch force in tube hydroforming More
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Fig. 9.19 Die-workpiece interface variables at macro scale for tube hydroforming More
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Fig. 9.23 Friction zones in tube hydroforming More
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Fig. 9.24 Tube hydroforming production line. Source: Ref 9.35 More
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Fig. 9.25 Typical tube hydroforming (THF) presses used in THF. (a) Standard large-stroke press. (b) Short-stroke press with rapid ram motion, side cams for locking after the ram moves down, and the main cylinder that exerts the total press load to close the dies and keep them closed during More
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Fig. 9.26 Schematic of several tube hydroforming press concepts. (a) Concept A. (b) Concept B. (c) Concept C More
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Fig. 9.29 Tube hydroforming (THF) tooling composition. (a) Major THF tooling components. (b) Typical tooling for engine cradle. (c) Detailed tooling cross section. Source: Ref 9.18 , 9.19 More
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Fig. 9.33 Forces acting on a T-shape tube hydroforming die More
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Fig. 9.38 Typical failures in tube hydroforming More
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Fig. 2.28 Tube hydroforming with axial feed and internal pressure. Source: Ref 2.4 More
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Fig. 9.10 Tube hydroformed parts that require preforming More
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Fig. 9.20 Parameters that influence friction, lubrication, and wear in tube hydroforming More
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Fig. 9.40 Pressure curve and axial feed curves determined through self-feeding approach in an example tube hydroforming operation. Asf = axial self-feeding = ratio of tube material fed by axial punch versus material that is self-fed by internal pressure only More
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Fig. 9.42 Adaptive simulation approach flow chart (running at each simulation time step t i − t i+1 ). THF, tube hydroforming More
Series: ASM Technical Books
Publisher: ASM International
Published: 01 August 2012
DOI: 10.31399/asm.tb.smff.t53400005
EISBN: 978-1-62708-316-4
... asymmetric parts Linear stretch forming Creep forming Age forming Die quench forming Bulging Tube hydroforming Expanding Dimpling Electromagnetic forming Explosive forming Incremental Forming ( Section 2.8 ) Spinning Shear forming Hybrid Forming Processes...