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Metal Forming Science and Technology

Subject aims

Ability
- to describe material response during general loading
- to apply theories of plasticity to methods of metal forming analysis
- to model metal forming processes physically and numerically
- to prepare metal forming technologies in accordance with product properties

Literature

MARCINIAK, Z. DUNCAN, J. L. HU, S. J. Mechanics of Sheet Metal Forming.
Butterworth, Heinemann. 2002
HOSFORD, W. F. Mechanical Behavior of Materials. Cambridge University Press
2005.
DIETER, G. E. Mechnical Metalurgy. Mc Graw-Hill Book Company. 1986, ISBN 0-
07-016893-8
MIELNIK, EDWARD, M. Metalworking Science and Engineering. McGraw-Hill Book Company, N.Y. 10020, 1991.
CHEN, WAI-FAH. Constitutive Equations for Engineering Materials vol. I, vol.
II. ELSEVIER, Amsterdam – London - New York - Tokyo, 1994.

Advised literature

SCHULER GmbH. Metal Forming Handbook. Springer 1998, ISBN 3-540-61185-1
Tschätsch, H. Metal Forming Practise: Processes - Machines - Tools, Springer, Wiesbaden 2005, ISBN 978-3-642-06977-2
HOSFORD, W., F., CADDEL, R., M. Metal Forming: Mechanics and Metallurgy, Cambridge 2007, ISBN 978-0-521-88121-0


Code345-0926
AbbreviationTaTTv
Czech titleTeorie a technologie tváření
English titleMetal Forming Science and Technology
Guaranteeprof. Ing. Stanislav Rusz, CSc.
Guarantee departmentDepartment of Mechanical Technology
Language of teachingCzech, English