Mechanics of Materials in Modern Manufacturing Methods and Processing Techniques provides a detailed overview of the latest developments in the mechanics of modern metal forming manufacturing. Focused on mechanics as opposed to process, it looks at the mechanical behavior of materials exposed to loading and environmental conditions related to modern manufacturing processes, covering deformation as well as damage and fracture processes. The book progresses from forming to machining and surface-treatment processes, and concludes with a series of chapters looking at recent and emerging technologies.
Other topics covered include simulations in autofrettage processes, modeling strategies related to cutting simulations, residual stress caused by high thermomechanical gradients and pultrusion, as well as the mechanics of the curing process, forging, and cold spraying, among others. Some non-metallic materials, such as ceramics and composites, are covered as well.
- Synthesizes the latest research in the mechanics of modern metal forming processes
- Suggests theoretical models and numerical codes to predict mechanical responses
- Covers mechanics of shot peening, pultrusion, hydroforming, magnetic pulse forming
- Considers applicability of different materials and processes for optimum performance
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2. Finite-Element Modelling of Hydraulic and Thermal Autofrettage Processes
3. Mechanics of Hydroforming
4. Magnetic Pulse Forming
5. Mechanics of Superplastic Forming; Damage in Advanced Processing Techniques
6. Accumulative Roll Bonding
7. Mechanics of Rolling
8. Mechanics of Pultrusion
9. Modeling of Machine Processes
10. Mechanics of Material Removal in Vibration-Assisted Machining
11. Mechanics of Ultrasonically Assisted Drilling
12. Machining in Monocrystals
13. Microstructural Changes in Machining
14. Residual Stresses in Machining
15. Mechanics of Cold Spraying
16. Mechanics of Shot Peening
17. Microstructural Aspects of Shock Wave and High Strain Rate Phenomena in Manufacturing
18. Mechanics of Sintering
19. Thermomechanics of Friction Stir Welding
20. U.S. Modelling of Friction in Manufacturing Processes
21. Contact Frictioning in Hot Forging
22. Mechanics of Curing Process
Professor Vadim Silberschmidt is Chair of Mechanics of Materials, Associate Dean (Research), ICoVIS Director, and Head of the Mechanics of Advanced Materials Research Group, Loughborough University, UK. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Elsevier book series on 'Mechanics of Advanced Materials'. He is also EiC, associate editor, and/or serves on the board of a number of renowned journals. He has co-authored four research monographs and over 550 peer-reviewed scientific papers on mechanics and micromechanics of deformation, damage, and fracture in advanced materials under various conditions.