Christopher Roe

Graduation:
M.Sc.
Function:
Project engineer
Practice Areas:
Solid forming, cross wedge rolling
Phone:
+49 (0)511 279 76-342
E-Mail:
c.roe@iph-hannover.de
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Xing:
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Publications

IPH has developed an algorithm for the automated design of rolling dies in the DFG project "Non-Circular Rolling". The researchers are using it to perform extensive parameter studies with a wide range of dies.

Non-circular rolling, cross wedge rolling, rolling dies, design, automation, algorithm

Flat die rolling is a solid forming operation, in which two engraved tool plates run past each other and thereby form a cylindrical semi-finished product. The non-circular rolling can be used as a preform optimising process, where it should be possible to form local non-circular sections, for example ellipses or eccentrics, into a cylindrical semi-finished product. The material flow should be exclusively in radial direction. Initial simulations show that the requirements can be met.

non-circular rolling, cross wedge rolling, flat dies, preforms and intermediate forms, FEM

A method is presented that enables the complexity of a forging to be determined automatically on the basis of the CAD file of the forging. An automated evaluation of the forging complexity is necessary for a digitized and automated design of stage sequences in order to be able to determine important design parameters such as the flash ratio or the number of stages.

CAD, forming technology, algorithms

In forging industry, the development of new bulk metal forming technologies still is determined by a separation between construction and simulation. The resulting iterations take a lot of time. In this paper, the data mining method neuronal network is used to predict the forming force of a finite element forging simulation of a flange.

simulation, AI, prognosis, forming force

Research projects