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E. Gharibshahiyan, A. Honarbakhsh Raouf,
Volume 13, Issue 4 (12-2016)
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Friction welding is widely used in various industries. In friction welding, heat is generated by conversion of mechanical energy into thermal energy at the interface the work pieces during pin rotation under pressure. A three-dimensional thermo mechanical simulation of friction stir welding (FSW) processes is carried out for Aluminium Alloys of 6061and 7050 where the simulation results are compared directly with the measured temperature histories during FSW after process. The objective of the present work is to study and predict the heat transient generated in alloy aluminium plate welded by FSW method. A three dimensional model was developed by LS-Dyna software and heat cycles have been proposed during the welding of aluminium alloys 6061 and 7050. In this research, the simulations were carried out with linear velocity in the range of 140 to 225 mm/min and pin rotational speeds of 390 and 500 rpm. Increase in pin rotational speed, from 390 to 500 rpm, resulted in greater temperatures which translated to rise of recorded temperature of top and bottom of the specimens. This is in turn to a wider HAZ. In addition, it was observed that raising the linear velocity had an opposite effect. Finally, results of experimental and numerical data were correlated and validated


Y. Dewang, M.s. Hora, S.k. Panthi,
Volume 14, Issue 4 (12-2017)
Abstract

Finite element simulation of stretch flanging process was carried out in order to investigate the effect of process parameters on maximum thinning (%) in stretch flanging process. Influences of initial flange length, punch die clearance, width of sheet metal blank and blank holding force were investigated on maximum thinning (%). Finite element simulation was done using FEM software package ABAQUS. Sheet metal blanks of AA 5052 were utilized for numerical simulation of stretch flanging process. Mesh convergence study was carried out to ascertain the accuracy of present FEM model. It is found that circumferential strain and shell thickness decreases with decrease in initial flange length and punch-die clearance while both decreases with increase in blank-holding force. Radial strain increases with decrease in initial flange length and punch-die clearance and with increment in blank-holding force and width of sheet. It is found that width of sheet metal blank and blank holding force have greater influence on maximum thinning (%) as compared to initial flange length and punch die clearance.

H. Esfandiar, S. M. Hashemianzadeh, S. Saffary, S. Ketabi,
Volume 15, Issue 3 (9-2018)
Abstract

Gold nanoparticles have become common in many applications of biotechnology due to their specific properties. Shape and size are important attributes which affect their solubility in water. In this study, the outcomes of Monte Carlo Simulation for the solvation of gold nanorods in aqueous solution with the different radii, in terms of solvation free energy, are discussed. Simulation results show a negative solvation free energy for all the samples with radii of 4 to 9Å. The results show that the absolute values of solvation free energy for gold nanorods with smaller radius are larger, which indicate the dependency between the gold nanorods solvation and their radius.
E. Shahmohamadi, A. Mirhabibi, F. Golestanifard,
Volume 17, Issue 1 (3-2020)
Abstract

In the present study, a soft computing method namely the group method of data handling (GMDH) is applied to develop a new and efficient predictive model for prediction of conversion percentage of silicon. A comprehensive database is obtained from experimental studies in literature. Several effective parameters like time, temperature, nitrogen percentage, pellet size and silicon particle size are considered. The performance of the model is evaluated through statistical analysis. Moreover, the silicon nitridation was performed in 1573 k and results were evaluated against model results for validation of the model. Furthermore, the performance and efficiency of the GMDH model is confirmed against the two most common analytical models. The most effective parameters in estimating the conversion percentage are determined through sensitivity analysis based on the Gamma Test. Finally, the robustness of the developed model is verified through parametric analysis.
F. Hosseinabadi, A. Rezaee-Bazzaz, M. Mazinani, B. Mohammad Sadeghi,
Volume 17, Issue 1 (3-2020)
Abstract

An experimental–numerical methodology was used in order to study the microstructural effects on stress state dependency of martensitic transformation kinetics in two different TRIP800 low alloy multiphase steels. Representative volume elements extracted from actual microstructure have been utilized for simulating the mechanical behavior of mentioned steels. The mechanical behavior for each constituent phases required in the model has been taken out from those reported in the literature. A stress invariant based transformation kinetics law has been used to predict the martensitic phase transformation during deformation. Crystallographic and thermodynamic theories of martensitic phase transformation have been utilized for estimating the constant parameters of the kinetics law, in a recently performed investigation, but the sensitivity of the transformation to the stress state remained as an adjusting parameter. The results of the current work show that the stress state sensitivity of martensitic phase transformation in the investigated steels is microstructure-dependent and the value of this parameter is almost equal to half of the bainite volume fraction. Therefore, the volume fraction of bainite in the low-alloy multiphase TRIP800 steels can be used as a first postulation for the value of the martensitic phase transformation sensitivity to the stress state and the microstructure based model previously developed for calculating the mechanical behavior of the TRIP800 steels can be utilized as a virtual design tool for development of TRIP steels having specific mechanical properties.

M. Azarbarmas,
Volume 17, Issue 4 (12-2020)
Abstract

Mechanical properties of metals are substantially dependent on the microstructure, which can be controlled by thermo-mechanical parameters such as the temperature, strain and strain rate. Hence, understanding the microstructural evolution of alloys during the hot deformation is crucial for engineering the metal forming processes. The main objective of this work is to present an overview of Cellular Automaton (CA) modeling for predicting the microstructure of alloys during the dynamic recrystallization (DRX) phenomenon. In this review paper, first, overall descriptions about the DRX phenomenon and CA modeling were presented. Then, the CA modeling procedure was compared with similar methods. Meanwhile, related studies in the field of the DRX simulation by using the CA modeling were evaluated. Four main stages of the model were analyzed in terms of the “nucleation”, “growth”, “topological changes” and “texture evaluation” steps. Most important limitations including the calibration sensitivity, limitations in continuous DRX modeling, ignoring microstructural effects on the deformation behavior, limited applications and database as well as repeated results were discussed and then objective suggestions for the further development were provided. Finally, future prospects in CA modeling of DRX were presented in the last section.
 
Yogesh Dewang, Vipin Sharma,
Volume 18, Issue 1 (3-2021)
Abstract

Finite element analysis has been carried out to investigate the effect of various parameters on axisymmetric hot extrusion process using aluminum alloy. The objective of the present work is to investigate the effect of friction coefficient, die angle, die-profile radius and predefined temperature of workpiece through FEM simulation of extrusion process. Nodal temperature distribution, heat flux, peak temperature at nodes and peak flux induced are identified as the output variables to assess the thermo-mechanical deformation behavior of aluminum alloy. Mesh sensitivity analysis is performed for the evaluation of mesh convergence as well as depicts the accuracy of present FEM model. Higher will be the coefficient of friction between interacting surfaces of die-billet assembly, more will be the increment in nodal temperature in billet. Higher will be the coefficient of friction, higher will be the generation of heat flux within billet, as this is achieved for highest coefficient of friction. Peak nodal temperature diminishes with increase in die profile radius nearly by 17 %.Maximum heat flux diminishes non-linearly by 30% with increase in die profile radius. Maximum nodal temperature increases nearly linearly by 14% with increment in predefined temperature of billet. Maximum heat flux decreases non-linearly by 5 % with increment in the initial temperature of workpiece. Validation of present numerical model is established on the basis of deformation behavior in terms of evolution of nodal temperature distribution upon comparison with previous studies available in literature.



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