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Identification and classification of flow-dependent defects for injection forging of solid billets

Balendra, R and Qin, Y (2000) Identification and classification of flow-dependent defects for injection forging of solid billets. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 106 (1-3). pp. 199-203. ISSN 0924-0136

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Abstract

Flow-dependent forming defects were identified for the injection forging of solid billets with reference to several process configurations with a view to defining the process range of injection forging. The mechanism of initiation of the defects was analysed based on which the identified defect-forms were classified.