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Forming Processes: Monitoring and Control
7.1 7.2 Introduction: Process and Control Objectives
Process Control Issues • The Process: Material Diagram • The Machine Control Diagram
The Plant or Load: Forming Physics
Mechanics of Deformation: Machine Load Dynamics • Mechanics of Forming: Bending, Stretching, and Springback
7.3 7.4 7.5 David E. Hardt
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Machine Control: Force or Displacement? Process Resolution Issues: Limits to Process Control
Process Resolution Enhancement
The term ‘cooperative system’ is generally understood as several coordinated participants
simultaneously engaged in the execution of a given task.
In robotics, for example, the term cooperative system is understood as a manipulation
system (Figure 1). The cooperation participants and the object may be
either rigid or elastic. Rigid cooperators and objects are those that undergo deformation
at an infinite load.
A lathe is a machine tool which spins a block of material to perform various operations such as cutting, Turning, Facing, Threading, sanding, knurling, drilling, or deformation such as metal spinning with tools that are applied to the work piece to create an object which has symmetry about an axis of rotation
• The term Centre Lathe is derived from the fact that in its operation the lathe holds a piece of material between two rigid supports called centres, or by some other device such as a chuck or faceplate which revolves about the centre line of the lathe.
Process and Control Objectives
Forming of metallic materials is the process of choice when complex net shapes with high levels of productivity are desired. Myriad processes, ranging from job-shop metal bending machines to very high speed stamping and forging presses are available. In all cases, the processes involve plastic deformation of the workpiece, and the resulting strong
Structural analysis is the branch of mechanical engineering (and also civil engineering) devoted to examining why and how objects fail and to fix the objects and their performance. Structural failures occur in two general modes: static failure, and fatigue failure. Static structural failure occurs when, upon being loaded (having a force applied) the object being analyzed either breaks or is deformed plastically, depending on the criterion for failure. Fatigue failure occurs when an object fails after a number of repeated loading and unloading cycles.