Magneto_forming_PPC2017_ALOTAIBI.pdf (344.62 kB)
conference contributionposted on 2018-04-13, 12:45 authored by Faisal T. Alotaibi, Bucur NovacBucur Novac, Peter SeniorPeter Senior, Ivor Smith, Vahid Nekouie, Anish RoyAnish Roy, Vadim SilberschmidtVadim Silberschmidt
The paper describes preliminary experimental studies of magneto-forming technology, undertaken at Loughborough University and using the existing 2 MA/100 kJ Quattro capacitor bank as power supply. Different practical arrangements will be detailed and results presented that illustrate magneto-forming in the tap inch geometry: • Magneto-forming stainless steel cylinders • Welding stainless steel cylinders with stainless steel cylinders. • Magneto-forming magnesium cylinders. For each arrangement, the results of magneto-forming are analyzed at the interface as well in the adjoined materials in comparison with their pre-manufacture (as delivered) state. The used characterization techniques include micro and nano-indentation, optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
Published in2017 IEEE 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PULSED POWER (PPC)
CitationALOTAIBI, F.T. ...et al., 2017. Magneto-forming studies. Presented at the 2017 IEEE 21st International Conference on Pulsed Power (PPC), Brighton: 18-22 June.
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