Here is the listing of Best reference books on Computational Methods for Metal Forming Analysis.
|1. “Metal Forming Analysis” by R.H. Wagoner and L. Chenot
Book Review: This book demonstrates techniques like numerical methods and finite element analysis that are used for product design optimizations. The book also describes solutions to problems like metal forging, rolling and many more. The book illustrates techniques for simulation of metal forming operations. The book also describes principles and methodologies with the help of many examples and worked problems. The book contains chapters that deal with numerical analysis applications that are used to form operations. The data in the book is presented in such a way that even the readers with no prior data of finite element analysis can understand the concepts.
|2. “Metal Forming: Mechanics and Metallurgy” by W.F. Hosford and R.M. Caddell
Book Review: This book demonstrates the metal forming principles and also analyses mechanics of forming processes as well as the interaction of metals with various processes. The book contains a separate chapter on limit diagram formation as well as stamping concepts as well as sheet forming operations. The book also contains an additional chapter on sheet testing. The book provides updated information on sheet metal properties. The book ends with numerous problems as also contain many additional references as well.
|3. “Finite Element Plasticity and Metal Forming Analysis” by G.W. Rowe, C.E.N. Sturgess, P. Hartley and I. Pillinger
Book Review: This book describes various computing techniques for optimization of metal forming processes. The book also describes methods that allow the product designers to reduce lead times that are needed for new products thereby helping in improving the product quality and reliability. This book is mainly for finite element methods and its usage in plasticity problems. The book also covers processes like forging, rolling, extrusion and many more. The book also describes elastic plastic finite element theory and its usage in forming analyses.
|4. “Plasticity for Engineers” by C.R. Calladine
Book Review: This book stresses on the plastic property of various materials as well as the structures that are made up of those materials under load conditions. This book is useful for civil, mechanical, marine and aeronautical engineers at the under graduate and post graduate courses. The book presents both theory and practical applications pertaining to metal forming analysis. The book also describes plasticity property that is used to analyses many structural problems and metal forming processes that are used in engineering.
|5. “Advances in Material Forming” by Francisco Chinesta and Elias Cueto|
|6. ” Photonic and Electronic Properties of Fluoride Materials: Progress in Fluorine Science Series ” by Alain Tressaud and Kenneth R. Poeppelmeier|
|7. ” Metal Forming Interrelation Between Theory and Practice ” by A. L. Hoffmanner|
|8. ” Fundamentals of Materials Modelling for Metals Processing Technologies” by Jianguo Lin|
|9. “Applied Plasticity, Second Edition (Mechanical Engineering Series)” by Jagabandhu Chakrabarty|
|10. ” Encyclopedia of Iron, Steel, and Their Alloys, Five-Volume Set (Print) (Metals and Alloys Encyclopedia Collection)” by Rafael Colás and George E. Totten|
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