Table of contents for Metal forming / William F. Hosford, Robert M. Caddell.

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Chapter 1 -- Stress and strain
1.1 Stress
1.2 Stress transformation
1.3 Principal stresses
1.4 Mohr's circle equations
1.5 Strain
1.6 Small strains
1.7 The strain tensor
1.8 Isotropic elasticity
1.9 Strain Energy
1.10 Force and moment balances
1.11 Boundary conditions
Notes
References
Appendix -- Equilibrium equations
Problems
Chapter 2 -- Plasticity
2.1 Yield criteria
2.2 Tresca criterion
2.3 Von Mises criterion
2.4 Effective stress
2.5 Effective strain
2.6 Flow rules
2.7 Normality principle
2.8 Derivation of the von Mises effective strain
Notes
References
Problems
Chapter 3 -- Strain hardening
3.1 The tension test
3.2 Elastic-plastic transition
3.3 Engineering vs, true stress and strain
3.4 Power-law expression
3.5 Other strain hardening approximations
3.6 Behavior during necking
3.7 Compression testing
3.8 Bulge testing
3.9 Plane-strain compression
3.10Torsion testing
Note
References
Problems
Chapter 4 -- Instability
4.1 Uniaxial tension
4.2 Effect of inhomogeneites
4.3 Balanced Biaxial tension
4.4 Pressurized thin-wall sphere
4.5 Significance of instability
Note
References
Problems
Chapter 5 -- Temperature and strain-rate dependence
5.1 Strain rate
5.2 Superplasticity
5.3 Effect of inhomogeneity
5.4 Combined strain and strain-rate effects
5.5 Alternative description of rate sensitivity
5.6 Temperature dependence of flow stress
5.7 Deformation mechanism maps
5.8 Hot working
5.9 Temperature rise during deformation
Notes
Reference
Problems
Chapter 6 -- Work balance
6.1 Ideal work
6.2 Extrusion and drawing
6.3 Deformation efficiency
6.4 Maximum drawing reduction
6.5 Effects of die angle and reduction
6.7 Swaging
References
Problems
Chapter 7 -- Slab analysis and friction
7.1 Sheet Drawing
7.2 Wire and rod drawing
7.3 Friction in plane-strain compression
7.4 Sticking friction
7.5 Mixed sticking-sliding conditions
7.6 Constant shear stress interface
7.7 Axially symmetric compression
7.8 Sand pile analogy
7.9 Flat rolling
7.10 Roll flattening
7.11 Roll bending
7.12 Coining
7.13 Dry friction
7.14 Lubricants
7.15 Experimental findings
7.16 Ring friction test
Note
References
Problems
Chapter 8 -- Upper-bound analysis
8.1 Upper bounds
8.2 Energy dissipation on plane of shear
8.3 Plane-strain frictionless extrusion
8.4 Plane-strain frictionless indentation
8.5 Plane-strain compression
8.6 Another approach to upper bounds
8.7 Combined upper-bound analysis
8.8 Plane-strain drawing
8.9 Axisymmetric drawing
References
Problems
Chapter 9 -- Slip-line field analysis
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Governing stress equations
9.3 Boundary conditions
9.4 Plane-strain indentation
9.5 Hodographs for slip-line fields
9.6 Plane-strain extrusion
9.7 Energy dissipation in a slip-line field
9.8 Metal distortion
9.9 Indentation of thick slabs
9.10 Plane-strain drawing
9.11 Constant shear-stress interface
9.12 Pipe formation
Notes
References
Appendix
Problems
Chapter 10. -- Deformation zone geometry
10.1 The ? parameter
10.2 Friction
10.3 Redundant deformation
10.4 Inhomogeneity
10.5 Internal damage
10.6 Residual stresses
10.7 Comparison of plane-strain and axisymmetric deformation
References
Problems
Chapter 11 -- Formability
11.1 Ductility
11.2 Metallurgy
11.3 Ductile Fracture
11.4 Hydrostatic stress
11.5 Bulk formability tests
11.6 Formability in hot working
Note
References
Problems
Chapter 12 -- Bending
1.1 Sheet bending
1.2 Bending with super-imposed tension
1.3 Neutral axis shift
1.4 Bendability
1.5 Bending shapes
1.6 Forming limits in bending
Note
References
Problems
Chapter 13-- Plastic anisotropy
13.1 Crystallographic basis
13.2 Measurement of R
13.3 Hill's Anisotropic Plasticity theory
13.4 Special case of Hill's yield criterion
13.5 Non-quadratic yield criteria
13.6 Calculations of anisotropy from crystallographic considerations
Note
References
Problems
Chapter 14 -- Cupping, redrawing and ironing
14.1 Cup drawing
14.2 Anisotropic effects in drawing
14.3 Effects of strain hardening in drawing
14.4 Analysis of assumptions
14.5 Effects of tooling on cup drawing
14.6 Earing
14.7 Redrawing
14.8 Ironing
14.9 Residual stresses
Notes
References
Problems
Chapter 15 -- Forming limit diagrams
15.1 Localized necking
15.2 Forming limit diagrams
15.3 Experimental determination of FLDs
15.4 Calculation of FLDs
15.5 Factors affecting forming limits
15.6 Changing strain paths
15.7 Stress-based forming limits
Note
References
Problems
Chapter 16 -- Stamping
16.1 Stamping
16.2 Draw beads
16.3 Strain distribution
16.4 Loose metal and Wrinkling
16.5 Flanging
16.6 Springback
16.7 Tailor welded blanks
16.8 Strain signatures
16.9 Tailor welded blanks
16.10 Die design
16.11 Toughness and sheet tearing
16.12 General observations
Notes
References
Problems
Chapter 17 -- Other sheet forming operations
17.1 Roll forming
17.2 Spinning
17.3 Hydroforming of tubes
17.4 Free expansion of tubes
17.5 Hydroforming into square cross sections
17.6 Bent sections
17.8 Shearing
References
Problems
Chapter 18 -- Formability Tests
18.1 Cupping tests
18.2 LDH test
18.3 Post uniform elongastion
18.4 OSU formability test
18.4 Hole expansion
18.5 Hydraulic bulge test
18.6 Duncan Friction test
References
Problems
Chapter 19 -- Sheet metal properties
19.1 Intro
19.2 Surface appearance
19.3 Strain aging
19.4 Aluminum-killed steels
19.5 Interstitial-free steels
19.6 HSLA steels
19.7 Dual-phase steels
19.8 Transformation-induced plasticity steels
19.9 Martensitic steels
19.10 Special sheet steels
19.11 Surface treatment
19.12 Stainless steels
19.13 Aluminum alloys
19.14 Copper and brass
19.15 Hexagonal close-packed metals
19.16 Tooling
19.17 Product uniformity
Notes
References
Problems

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Metal-work.
Deformations (Mechanics).