Table of contents for Advances in superplasticity and superplastic forming : proceedings of a symposium : held during the 2004 TMS Annual Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, March 14-18, 2004 / sponsored by the Structural Materials Committee and The Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee (Jt. AMS-MSCTS) of the Structural Materials Division (SMD), and the Shaping and Forming Committee, of the Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division (MPMD) of TMS (the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society) ; edited by Eric M. Taleff ... [et al.].


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Development of Advanced Superplastic Forming Processes
The History and Current State-of-the-Art in Airframe Manufacturing
U sing  Superplastic  Form ing  Technologies.................................................................................3..
D.G. Sanders
General M otors' Quick  Plastic  Form ing  Process...................................................................... 9
J.G. Schroth
Heating Aluminum Sheet to Enable High-Strain Forming......................................................21
J.E. Carsley and R.H. Hannmar
High Temperature Properties of Tooling Materials Utilized for Superplastic
Form ing  Processes  .............................................................................................................. . . . 33
M.D. Ilanna
Mass Production of a Spare Tire Housing for an Automobile...................................................41
K. Osada and K. Shirakawa
Evaluation of Die Coatings for Superplastic Forming Processes ..............................................51
A.T. Morales
D ouble  A ction  Q PF  T ool............................................................................................................ 65
C. Kim, J.G. Schroth, G.A. Kruger
and M. Konopnicki
SSR Fenders Produced by Math-Based QPF Technology.........................................................77
C. Kim, M.G. Konopnicki and EG. Lee
Advances in Superplastic Al-Mg Materials
An Overview of Creep Deformation Behaviors in 5000-Series and Al-Mg
A lloys  ........................................................................................... . . ..................................... . . . 85
E.M. Taleff
Texture Development and Dynamic Recrystallization in AA5083 During
Superplastic  Form ing  at V arious Strain  Rates.............................................................................95
S. Agarval, RE. Krajewski and CL. Briant
Bulge Testing  of Superplastic  AA5083  Aluminum   Sheet......................................................... 109
J.R. Bradley
Deformation Mechanisms and Cavity Formation in Superplastic AA5083..............................119
K. Oh-ishi. JF. Boydon and TR. McNelley
Superplastic Failure Mechanisms and Ductility of AA5083 ................................... ............... 127
M.A. Kulas, WP Green, E.C. Pettengill, RE. Krajewski
and E.M. Taleff
Microstructural Characterization of Superplastic Forming (SPF) AA5083
A lum inum   S heet  ................................................................................................................... .....   139
S. Kim. MP. Balogh and R.A. Waldo
Post-Form Properties of Superplastically Formed AA5083 Aluminum Sheet..........................149
J.R. Bradley and JE. Carslev
Rolling Process Optimization for Superplastic 5083 Al Sheet..................................................159
R. Verma
Advances in Superplastic Light Alloys
Research Opportunities for Automotive Superplastic Forming Alloys...................................73
PE. Krajewski
Superplasticity in a Hot-Extruded 15% vol. Al,03 Particulate-Reinforced
606 1  A l C om posite  ................................. .................................. ....... ................................... 185
L. Han, H. Hu, D. Northwood and J. Niu
Achieving Superplasticity in Light Alloys through the Application of Severe
P lastic  D eform ation  .......................................................................................................... 193
C. Xu, M  Furukawa, Z. Horita and T G. Langdon
High-Strain-Rate Superplasticity in Aluminum Alloys Via Friction Stir
Processing  ................................................................................ . . . ....................................... . . 20 1
I. Charit, Z. Y Ma and R.S. Mishra
Advanced Superplastic Materials and the Science of Superplasticity
Cooperative Grain Boundary Processes in Superplastic Forming Under
D ifferent D eform ation  States....................................................................................... .........213
M. Zelin and A. Mukherjee
Influence of Grain Boundary Structure and Composition on Superplastic
D efo rm atio n  ....................................................................................................................... . . 225
J.S. Vetrano, C.H. H enagert Jr: and V Y Guertsman
Superplasticity in Zr-Based Bulk Metallic Glasses: A Critical Overview ..............................233
M. Heilnaier and A. Leonhard
Transformation Superplasticity of Titanium by Reversible Hydrogen Cycling ........................245
H. Choe and D.C. Dunand
Research and Development Towards Grain-Boundary-Plasticity from
Superplasticity.. . ..................... .................... . . ........................................................................ 253
K. fHigashi
Deformation of Superplastic AI,O3/Y-TZP Particulate and Particulate
L am inate  C om posites........................................................ ........................................... . . ...... 265
.. Wang, D. Kovar and E. M  Taleff
Texture and Microstructure of Superplastic 7475 Aluminum ........................................... ......275
A. Blander; J. Szpunar and Y Takayama
Studies of Void Growth and Interaction in a Eutectic Sn-Pb Alloy .......................................289
M Mulholland. V Caraveo, T Khraishi.
Y-L. Shen and M. Horstemever
Modeling of Superplastic Forming Processes and Materials
Influence of Friction and Die Geometry on Simulation of Superplastic
Form ing  of  A l-M g  A lloys......................................................................................................... 30 1
N.R. larrison, S.G. Luckey. P.A. Friedman
and Z C. Xia
Development of MARC for Analysis of Quick Plastic Forming Processes..............................311
K. Murali, G.P Montgomery, Jr. and.lG. Schroth
Effect of the Constitutive Equation on MARC Analysis of Quick Plastic
F o rm in g .................................. ................. ....... ........................................ ...... ...... 3 2 3
G.P. Montgomery. Jr.
Mechanical Behavior and Modeling of AA5083 at 450C....................................... ...........341
P E. Krajewski and G. P Montgomery, Jr.
Forming Limit Diagram of a Superplastic Formable AA5083 Aluminium
A llo y  ........................ ................................................... .............. . . . ...... .. .................... ..................3 5 1
M. Vrlcan and K. Siegert
Integrated Approach to Optimization of Superplastic Forming ............................ ...........361
P V. Deshmukh, N. V Thuramalla, FK. Abu-Farha
and Mt K. Khraisheh
Aspects of Element Formulation and Strain Rate Control in the Numerical
M odeling of Superplastic Forming ............................... ... .............................. ....... 37
S.G. Luckey. PA. Friedman and Z C. Xia



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