Microforming Technology: Theory, Simulation and Practice addresses all aspects of micromanufacturing technology, presenting detailed technical information and the latest research developments.
The book covers fundamentals, theory, simulation models, equipment and tools design, practical micromanufacturing procedures, and micromanufacturing-related supporting systems, such as laser heating system, hydraulic system and quality evaluation systems. Newly developed technology, including micro wedge rolling, micro flexible rolling and micro hydromechanical deep drawing, as well as traditional methods, such as micro deep drawing, micro bending and micro ultrathin strip rolling, are discussed.
This will be a highly valuable resource for those involved in the use, study and design of micro products and micromanufacturing technologies, including engineers, scientists, academics and graduate students.
- Provides an accessible introduction to the fundamental theories of microforming, size effects, and scaling laws
- Includes explanations of the procedures, equipment, and tools for all common microforming technologies
- Explains the numerical modeling procedures for 7 different types of microforming
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Part I: Introductory Overview 1. Fundamentals of Microforming 2. Size Effects in Microforming
Part II: Theory of Microforming 3. Scaling Laws 4. Strain Gradient Plasticity Theory 5. Crystal Plasticity Theory
Part III: Simulation of Microforming Process 6. Simulation Models in Microforming 7. Simulation of Micro Cross Wedge Rolling 8. Simulation of Micro Flexible Rolling 9. Simulation of Micro Ultrathin Strip Rolling 10. Simulation of Micro Deep Drawing 11. Simulation of Micro Hydromechanical Deep Drawing 12. Simulation of Micro Bending 13. Simulation of Micro Compression
Part IV: Practice of Microforming 14. Practice of Micro Cross Wedge Rolling 15. Practice of Micro Flexible Rolling 16. Practice of Micro Ultrathin Strip Rolling 17. Practice of Micro Deep Drawing 18. Practice of Micro Hydromechanical Deep Drawing 19. Practice of Micro Bending 20. Practice of Micro Compression
Zhengyi Jiang is a Senior Professor at the University of Wollongong, Australia. He is an expert in the area of materials processing and manufacturing, and is an experienced researcher in the theory, simulation and practice of microforming and micromanufacturing of metals. Jiang successfully established the first research area base on micromanufacturing and developed a world-class research group and research laboratory in micromanufacturing. He was awarded two prestigious Australia Research Council (ARC) 5-year Australian Research Fellowships (2008-2012, 2002-2006) to carry out breakthrough research on the quality control of thin strip in cold rolling. He has also been awarded an ARC Future Fellowship (Professorial level) (2012-2016) and two ARC Discovery Projects (2015-2017, 2010-2012), to conduct novel research on micromanufacturing. He has published 3 monographs, 5 edited books, 3 book chapters and over 460 peer-reviewed journal articles.
Jingwei Zhao is a Research Fellow and supervisor of PhD students at the University of Wollongong, Australia, in the area of materials processing and manufacturing engineering. His main research interests include microforming and micromanufacturing of metallic materials, metal rolling technology, numerical modelling of manufacturing process, and tribology and mechanics in materials manufacturing. He has gained research experience in the field of materials processing and manufacturing engineering in work and study at universities in Australia, South Korea and China, and has been very actively involved in the manufacturing of many kinds of metal alloys. As a Chief Investigator, Zhao was awarded one ARC Discovery Project (2015-2017) in micromanufacturing. He has published 1 monograph, 2 edited books, 2 book chapters and over 100 research articles.
Haibo Xie is an Associate Research Fellow at the University of Wollongong, Australia. He has been researching and teaching in the area of materials processing and manufacturing engineering since 1997. His main research interests are in manufacturing mechanics, performance modelling and process optimisation in micromanufacturing on metal and metallic matrix composite material. His research has integrated analytical and numerical simulation, and control and design methodologies to advance micromanufacturing processes. He has designed unique manufacturing equipment for micro flat rolling and cross wedge rolling. Xie has published over 40 articles and supervised Master of Engineering and PhD students in China and Australia.