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  EFFECT OF DIE PROFILE ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PRODUCT IN EXTRUSION OF RODS
 
 
A. Farzad

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchistan 
Zahedan, Iran, farzad@yahoo.com
 
 
( Received: August 29, 2000 – Accepted in Revised Form: April 09, 2002 )
 
 

Abstract    In any metal forming process, both the strain rate and deformation rate depend on the die profile. The die profile also, is responsible for the non-uniformity of the deformation along the cross-section. These affect the quality and mechanical properties of the product. Therefore, if a die is designed, in which the affecting variables can be controlled spontaneously it is hoped to obtain a product with a desired quality. In this paper, the effect of the die profile on the mechanical and metallurgical properties of the product is investigated.

 

Keywords    Tool Design, Extrusion, Redundant Shearing Strain

 

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