Harsh Agarwal
27th Sept, 2016
ISE 2204 Week 5
3) Demonstrate plane strain forging in modeling clay by pressing it according to
Figure 2.15 in K&S. Select w, b and h as shown and apply compression so that h
goes to h/2. Report the three
Week 12 Problem Set
11/15/2016
ISE
Dyon Rosser
Problem 3- Explain why the field of slip lines shown in Problem 12.3 yields a lower
upperbound than that shown in Problem 12.1. Be sure to show material flow vectors in
each triangle.
When solving these two e
Week 5 Problem Set
9/27/16
ISE
Dyon Rosser
Demonstrate plane strain forging in modeling clay by pressing it according to Figure 2.15
in K&S. Select w, b and h as shown and apply compression so that h goes to
h/2. Report the three strains and comment on yo
Week11ProblemSet
11/8/2016
ISE
DyonRosser
Problem 1- Figure 8.4 (a) of K&S shows a section taken from the machining of 60-40 brass. Notice
that the width of the shear zone is about 10% of the depth of cut. Find the primary shear strain,
the primary shear
ISE 2204 Week 7
Harsh Agarwal
11th Oct, 2016
7.3 Measure the Yield Strength of toothpaste as it is extruded. Be sure to state all of
your methods and assumptions in finding the load and the area of the sample.
Solution
ISE 2204 - Week 11
8th Nov, 2016
Harsh Agarwal
3) Measure the shear plane angle when cutting modeling clay. Be sure to state your
methods with your numerical result.
Assumption: The clay given is the one given to students in class
Homework Assignment 1
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
Due Date: February 12, 2009
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Week 12 Problem Set
11/15/2016
ISE
Dyon Rosser
Problem 3- Explain why the field of slip lines shown in Problem 12.3 yields a lower
upperbound than that shown in Problem 12.1. Be sure to show material flow vectors in
each triangle.
When solving these two e
Fundamentals of the Mechanical Behavior
of Materials
Lecture 1.b
ISE 2204 Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
Dr. Jaime Camelio
1
Deformation
Tension Test
Engineering Strain Stress
True Strain/Stress
Compression
Torsion
Bending
Hardness
Impact
Residua
Patrick Morin
March 28, 2017
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
Report 9
1. Suppose you needed to reduce the diameter of a long rod by 20% and could choose
between drawing it or extruding it through the same die. Assume that the friction
conditions are the
Patrick Morin
March 14, 2017
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
Report 7
1. A strip of material 200 mm wide and initially 1.6 mm thick is being rolled to a
thickness of 1.2 mm. The rollers are both 300 mm in diameter. (a) Find the speed,
Vr, at the neutral
Patrick Morin
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
March 4, 2017
Report 10
1. You can produce a parking token by two alternative methods. First, cut a 10 mm
diameter billet to a length of 10 mm, and then closed-die forge it to the final size and
shape (25 mm
Patrick Morin
February 14, 2016
ISE 2024 Manufacturing Processes
Report 4
1. Show that, according to the distortion-energy criterion, the yield stress in plane
strain is 1.15Y where Y is the uniaxial yield stress of the material.
Assumptions:
It is assume
Patrick Morin
January 24, 2017
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
Week 1 Report
1. View "The Production Game" and present a careful review of its lessons.
Assumptions:
N/A
Approach to Solution:
N/A
Results and Conclusions:
The Production Game demonstrated t
Patrick Morin
March 21, 2017
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
Report 8
1. Prove Equation 6.58;
tan( ) =
0
.
Assumptions:
Approach to Solution:
The equation can be solved with help through Figure 1, which represents the extrusion
operation in a conical di
Patrick Morin
February 21, 2017
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
Week 5 Report
1. The wearing parts of a coal mining machine are made of hardened tool steel, but are
rarely, if ever, lubricated. The left and right wear plates for a typical tracked
vehicle
Patrick Morin
February 28, 2017
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
Report 6
1. Please refer to Fig 2.15 of K&S. for this open-die forging problem. A strip of
material 2 inches wide, w, and initially 1/16 in. thick is compressed between flat dies
to one half
Patrick Morin
February 7, 2016
ISE 2024 Manufacturing Processes
Report 3
1. If we assume that all the work done in plastic deformation is converted to heat, the
temperature rise in a workpiece can be found from Eq. 2.65. Using Fig. 2.6 and
Table 3.3, find
1.
Problem Statement: Please refer to Fig. 2.15 K&S. for this open-die forging problem. A strip of
material 2 inches wide, w, and initially 1/16 in. thick is compressed between flat dies to one half
its original height. The die length, b, is inch. Model t
1.
Problem Statement: The wearing parts of a coal mining machine are made of hardened tool
steel, but are rarely, if ever, lubricated. The left and right wear plates for a typical tracked vehicle
measure 60 long and 12 wide, and each tests at 360 HB. The
1.
Problem Statement: View The Production Game and present a careful review of its lessons.
Assumptions:
Production team must produce customized cuts of colored paper
Cuts must be made within 1/37th of an inch of desired cut
Finished product must arrive t
Patrick Morin
January 31, 2017
ISE 2204 Manufacturing Processes
Report 2
1. Consider the definition of Poissons Ratio (page 31 of K&S.), and prove that if a
material deforms plastically (that is, with no change in volume), then = 1/2,
exactly.
Assumptions
Week 13 Problem Set
11/29/2016
ISE
Dyon Rosser
Problem 3- Explain why the field of slip lines shown in Problem 13.3 yields a lower
upperbound than that shown in Problem 12.3. Be sure to show material flow vectors in
each triangle.
I think the reason 13.3
Week 9 Problem Set
10/25/16
ISE
Dyon Rosser
Problem 3- Using modeling clay as a mold, cast a small part of your own choosing
with plaster. Be sure to note how you did it and include a picture of the finished part.
For my own part I basically just casted a
Week 7 Problem Set
10/11/16
ISE
Dyon Rosser
Problem 3- Measure the Yield Strength of toothpaste as it is extruded. Be sure to state all
of your methods and assumptions in finding the load and the area of the sample
to do this problem, I had an already ope
Week 13 Problem Set
11/29/2016
ISE
Dyon Rosser
Problem 3- Explain why the field of slip lines shown in Problem 13.3 yields a lower
upperbound than that shown in Problem 12.3. Be sure to show material flow vectors in
each triangle.
I think the reason 13.3
1. The Production Game:
The Production Game was a video that showed the entire process in order to manufacture
goods starting with the customer placing an order for a certain color and size of cardstock. During
the process, everything went wrong, mostly b
1.
Problem Statement: Using the same approach as wire that shown in section 6.5 for wire
drawing, show that the extrusion pressure is given by the expression:
A cot
tan ( )
p=Y 1+
1 0
.
Af
)( ( ) )
(
Assumptions:
We can use equilibrium of stress in the x
1.
Problem Statement:
You can produce a parking token by two alternative methods. First, cut a 10 mm
diameter billet to a length of 10 mm, and then closed-die forge it to the final size and
shape (25 mm diameter). Second, you could start with a sheet of m
Problem Statement:
A strip of material 200 mm wide and initially 1.6 mm thick is being rolled to a thickness of
1.2 mm. The rollers are both 300 mm in diameter.
(a) Find the speed, Vr, at the neutral point if the rolls are turning at 300 rpm. (b) Find the
1.
Problem Statement:
Suppose you needed to reduce the diameter of a long rod by 20% and could choose
between drawing it or extruding it through the same die. Assume that the friction
conditions are the same, but not zero. Would each process require the s