Special Issue "Tribology in Metal Forming"
A special issue of Lubricants (ISSN 2075-4442).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2018)
Prof. Dr. Zhengyi Jiang
School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong, Australia
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Interests: metal rolling; microforming; manufacturing of composites; tribology in materials manufacturing; contact mechanics; computational contact mechanics; numerical simulation of metal manufacturing; novel lubricants in rolling; oxidation in metal manufacturing
Dr. Dongbin Wei
Metal forming is the metalworking process of fashioning metal parts and objects through mechanical deformation. The workpiece is reshaped without adding or removing material, and its mass remains unchanged. Forming operates on the materials science principle of plastic deformation, where the physical shape of a material is permanently deformed. The ability to produce a variety of shapes from a block of metal at high rates of production has been one of the real technological advances of the current century. With these forming processes, it is possible to mechanically deform metal into a final shape with minimal material removal. The use of metal forming processes is widely spread over many different industries.
Tribology is the science and engineering of interacting surfaces in relative motion. It includes the study and application of the principles of friction, lubrication and wear. Tribology plays an important role in metal forming operations. Friction between metal and forming tools has essential influence on the process performance and on the final product properties. Friction increases tool wear and the power required to work a piece. This results in increased costs due to more frequent tool replacement, loss of tolerance as tool dimensions shift, and greater forces required to shape a piece. The use of lubricants which minimise direct surface contact reduces tool wear and power requirements.
This Special Issue aims the latest research on tribology in metal forming. Contributions are welcome from both academic researchers and their industrial peers dealing with various issues of tribology in metal forming including bulk forming, sheet forming, micro forming, powder process, etc.Prof. Zhengyi Jiang
Dr. Dongbin Wei
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- Metal Forming
- Wire and Bar Drawing
- Sheet Forming
- Micro Forming
- Powder Process