Tube Forming Processes: A Comprehensive Guide

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Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 2003 - 385 sayfa
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"Tube Forming Processes, A Comprehensive Guide" is a thorough handbook with recent developments in the field, The text discusses the best materials for bending and methods and equipment for bending, cutting, branching, brazing and joining tubes. The book is suitable for the novice or for advanced tube fabricators. Information is from top industry experts covering the fundamentals and guidelines for tube fabrication, pipe fabrication, and other areas. There is information on secondary operations required by typical fabricators. The book also addresses management concerns, such as determining appropriate tools and equipment, weighing costs and quality, and knowing the choices available.
 

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Doublelap Flange
238
Tube Beading
239
Tube Grooving
241
Tube Attachments
243
Swaging
245
Bibliography
256
Tube Branching Methods
259
Fabricated Tee Connections
263

Dimensioning Drawings of Bent Parts
41
References
44
Basic Tube Cuttolength Methods
47
Lathe Cutting
54
Dualblade Shear Cutting
58
Supported Shear Cutting
63
Laser Cutting
64
Bibliography
67
Basic Bending Methods
69
Rotarydraw bending
72
Compression bending
138
Ram Bending
143
Press Bending
145
Roll Bending
150
Stretch Forming
172
References
189
Justifying and Selecting Equipment
191
Bending Methods
192
Justification Considerations
199
Equipment Selection
206
Purchasing Considerations
217
Bibliography
219
Tube End Forming
221
Tube Reduction
222
Tube Expansion
226
Tube Flaring
230
Singlelap Flange
236
Bibliography
266
Brazing and Joining
267
Basic Joining Techniques
269
Designing for Automation
270
Fundamentals of Brazing
272
Oxide Removal Systems
294
Precleaning Parts
295
Heating
296
Cooling
300
Bibliography
303
LUBRICATION
305
Lubricant Application
309
Finishing Operations
310
Other Operations and Lubrication
314
Lubricant Properties
323
Summary
328
Tube and Pipe Design and Inspection
331
Inspection Techniques for Tube and Pipe Shapes
335
Bibliography
340
Equipment Implementation
341
Bibliography
347
Plasticity Theory of Bending and Forming
349
Mechanics of Bending
359
End Forming
374
Conclusion
376
Index
377
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Sayfa 7 - These digits are the same as the two digits to the right of the decimal point in the minimum aluminum percentage when it is expressed to the nearest 0.01%.
Sayfa 1 - US is the system adopted by the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
Sayfa 7 - ... designations consist of letters. Subdivisions of the basic tempers, where required, are indicated by one or more digits following the letter. These designate specific sequences of basic treatments, but only operations recognized as significantly influencing the characteristics of the product are indicated. Should some other variation of the same sequence of basic operations be applied to the same alloy, resulting in different characteristics, then additional digits are added to the designation.
Sayfa 1 - It is necessary, however, to deviate from this system and to interpolate numbers in the case of some carbon ranges, and for variations in manganese, sulfur, or other elements with the same carbon range.
Sayfa 7 - The temper designation follows the alloy designation and is separated from it by a hyphen.
Sayfa xiv - Interpreter more descriptive definition for process planning is "the systematic determination of the methods by which a product is to be manufactured, economically and competitively.
Sayfa 7 - ... 2.2 Aluminum Alloys — In the 2xxx through 8xxx alloy groups, the last two of the four digits in the designation have no special significance but serve only to identify the different aluminum alloys in the group. The second digit in the alloy designation indicates alloy modifications (Note 5.3).

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Greg Blake Miller's travels as a writer have taken him from the teeming, occasionally frozen boulevards of Moscow, Russia, to the idyllic, more-than-occasionally-soaked hills of Eugene, Oregon. But his hometown always seems to call him back, proving you can take the kid out of Vegas but you can't take Vegas out of the kid (even when he's not such a kid anymore).

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