Influence of the process temperature on the forming behaviour and the friction during bulk forming of high nitrogen steel

C.-M. Kuball, R. Jung, B. Uhe, G. Meschut, M. Merklein, eds., Influence of the Process Temperature on the Forming Behaviour and the Friction during Bulk Forming of High Nitrogen Steel, 2020.

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Due to the trend towards lightweight design in car body development mechanical joining technologies become increasingly important. These techniques allow for the joining of dissimilar materials and thus enable multi-material design, while thermic joining methods reach their limits. Semi-tubular self-piercing riveting is an important mechanical joining technology. The rivet production, however, is costly and time-consuming, as the process consists of several process steps including the heat treatment and coating of the rivets in order to achieve an adequate strength and corrosion resistance. The use of high nitrogen steel as rivet material leads to the possibility of reducing process steps and hence increasing the efficiency of the process. However, the high tool loads being expected due to the high strain hardening of the material are a major challenge during the rivet production. Thus, there is a need for appropriate forming strategies, such as the manufacturing of the rivets at elevated temperatures. Prior investigations led to the conclusion that forming already at 200 °C results in a distinct reduction of the yield strength. To create a deeper understanding of the forming behaviour of high nitrogen steel at elevated temperatures, compression tests were conducted in a temperature range between room temperature and 200 °C. The determined true stress – true strain curves are the basis for the further process and tool design of the rivet production. Another key factor for the rivet manufacturing at elevated temperatures is the influence of the process temperature on the tribological conditions. For this reason, ring compression tests at room temperature and 200 °C are carried out. The friction factors are determined on the basis of calibration curves resulting from the numerical analysis of the ring compression process. The investigations indicate that the friction factor at 200 °C is significantly higher compared to room temperature. This essential fact has to be taken into account for the process and tool design for the rivet production using high nitrogen steel.
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Kuball C-M, Jung R, Uhe B, Meschut G, Merklein M, eds. Influence of the Process Temperature on the Forming Behaviour and the Friction during Bulk Forming of High Nitrogen Steel. Vol 1.; 2020. doi:10.1016/j.jajp.2020.100023
Kuball, C.-M., Jung, R., Uhe, B., Meschut, G., & Merklein, M. (Eds.). (2020). Influence of the process temperature on the forming behaviour and the friction during bulk forming of high nitrogen steel (Vol. 1). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jajp.2020.100023
@book{Kuball_Jung_Uhe_Meschut_Merklein_2020, series={Journal of Advanced Joining Processes}, title={Influence of the process temperature on the forming behaviour and the friction during bulk forming of high nitrogen steel}, volume={1}, DOI={10.1016/j.jajp.2020.100023}, number={100023}, year={2020}, collection={Journal of Advanced Joining Processes} }
Kuball, Clara-Maria, R Jung, Benedikt Uhe, Gerson Meschut, and Marion Merklein, eds. Influence of the Process Temperature on the Forming Behaviour and the Friction during Bulk Forming of High Nitrogen Steel. Vol. 1. Journal of Advanced Joining Processes, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jajp.2020.100023.
C.-M. Kuball, R. Jung, B. Uhe, G. Meschut, and M. Merklein, Eds., Influence of the process temperature on the forming behaviour and the friction during bulk forming of high nitrogen steel, vol. 1. 2020.
Kuball, Clara-Maria, et al., editors. Influence of the Process Temperature on the Forming Behaviour and the Friction during Bulk Forming of High Nitrogen Steel. Vol. 1, 100023, 2020, doi:10.1016/j.jajp.2020.100023.

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