Finite elements analyses are offering to extrusions a big opportunity: to estimate accurately not only the charge weld extension but also the billet skin contamination. The present work examined the dynamics of the back-end and front-end defect in the direct extrusion of a solid profile through the use of FE analyses. Numerical results have been compared with industrial experiments with the aim to understand the effect of the selected boundary conditions on the accuracy of the predictions.

Back.end and front-end scrap in direct extrusion: an estimation by means of finite element analysis / Tommaso, Pinter; Ezio, Sicignano; Pelaccia, Riccardo; Reggiani, Barbara; Lorenzo, Donati. - (2019). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 11th Aluminum Two Thousand Congress tenutosi a Treviso nel 9-13 Aprile.

Back.end and front-end scrap in direct extrusion: an estimation by means of finite element analysis

PELACCIA, RICCARDO;REGGIANI, Barbara;
2019

Abstract

Finite elements analyses are offering to extrusions a big opportunity: to estimate accurately not only the charge weld extension but also the billet skin contamination. The present work examined the dynamics of the back-end and front-end defect in the direct extrusion of a solid profile through the use of FE analyses. Numerical results have been compared with industrial experiments with the aim to understand the effect of the selected boundary conditions on the accuracy of the predictions.
apr-2019
11th Aluminum Two Thousand Congress
Treviso
9-13 Aprile
Tommaso, Pinter; Ezio, Sicignano; Pelaccia, Riccardo; Reggiani, Barbara; Lorenzo, Donati
Back.end and front-end scrap in direct extrusion: an estimation by means of finite element analysis / Tommaso, Pinter; Ezio, Sicignano; Pelaccia, Riccardo; Reggiani, Barbara; Lorenzo, Donati. - (2019). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 11th Aluminum Two Thousand Congress tenutosi a Treviso nel 9-13 Aprile.
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