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Spatially resolved force sensing in forming processes

Groche, Peter and Hohmann, Johannes and Schmidt, Wilhelm and Brenneis, Matthias and Traub, Tilman and Kramer, Philipp and Recklin, Viktor (2016):
Spatially resolved force sensing in forming processes.
In: International Cold Forging Group 49th Plenary Meeting 4th - 7th September, Stuttgart, Germany, p. 219, [Article]

Abstract

Force sensing is a well-established approach in the scientific world as well as industrial production to gather information regarding the status of forming processes. This information is the basis of, for example, determining the effect of new lubricants as well as the realization of process monitoring capabilities. With many forming processes being of axially symmetric nature, only individual sensors are used per investigated forming stage. However, by using multiple, spatially distributed force sensors per single forming stage, additional information regarding the process and work piece properties can be extracted. Within the following contribution, the integration of spatially distributed force sensing will be shown using the examples of different bulk forming processes. By means of these case studies, the derivation of additional information regarding the process stability and work piece quality will be performed, highlighting the advantage of employing spatially distributed force sensing, both in the scientific and industrial world.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2016
Creators: Groche, Peter and Hohmann, Johannes and Schmidt, Wilhelm and Brenneis, Matthias and Traub, Tilman and Kramer, Philipp and Recklin, Viktor
Title: Spatially resolved force sensing in forming processes
Language: English
Abstract:

Force sensing is a well-established approach in the scientific world as well as industrial production to gather information regarding the status of forming processes. This information is the basis of, for example, determining the effect of new lubricants as well as the realization of process monitoring capabilities. With many forming processes being of axially symmetric nature, only individual sensors are used per investigated forming stage. However, by using multiple, spatially distributed force sensors per single forming stage, additional information regarding the process and work piece properties can be extracted. Within the following contribution, the integration of spatially distributed force sensing will be shown using the examples of different bulk forming processes. By means of these case studies, the derivation of additional information regarding the process stability and work piece quality will be performed, highlighting the advantage of employing spatially distributed force sensing, both in the scientific and industrial world.

Journal or Publication Title: International Cold Forging Group 49th Plenary Meeting 4th - 7th September, Stuttgart, Germany
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institut für Produktionstechnik und Umformmaschinen (PtU)
Date Deposited: 23 Sep 2016 08:53
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