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Title: Experiments in extrusion, Part 1 - review of the theories of extrusion.
Authors: Wright, WJ
Keywords: Extrusion
Friction factor
Issue Date: Sep-1964
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Wright. W. J. (1964). Experiments in extrusion, Part 1 - review of the theories of extrusion. (AAEC/E129). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Abstract: The theories of extrusion are examined; considerable limitations exist in the analysis of extrusion conditions using either the semi-empirical approach, which is based on the assumption of homogeneous straining, or the slip-line approach. More information is required on the basic extrusion parameters such as yield stress and friction coefficient and on the variation of extrusion conditions with tooling geometry.
Gov't Doc #: 275
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