Sheet Bending Deformation in Production of Thin-Walled Pipes

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Abstract

Nowadays, thin-walled super-diameter pipes are produced by the method of plastic bending of sheets. After a sheet is bent into a pipe and its ends are welded, a pipe billet is subjected to expansion deformation. The technology of forming end areas of a sheet is developed and formulaes forming forces equations are deduced. Experimental investigations of deformation are undertaken.

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Brovman, T. (2014) Sheet Bending Deformation in Production of Thin-Walled Pipes. World Journal of Mechanics, 4, 363-370. doi: 10.4236/wjm.2014.412035.

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