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Technical evaluation of pressure-assisted injection forging of thick-walled tubes

Qin, Yi and Balendra, Raj (1995) Technical evaluation of pressure-assisted injection forging of thick-walled tubes. In: Advances In Manufacturing Technology IX. CRC/Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 62-66. ISBN 9780748404001

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Abstract

Pressure-assisted injection forging (PAIF) of thick walled tubes is a process configuration by which hollow components can be formed from tubular materials without material collapse. By FE simulation and metal forming experiments, this configuration was evaluated with reference to the range of the precess, pressure requirements, die stresses and product quality.