Determination of Optimal Torque in Thread Rolling Operation

 International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT) © 2020 by IJETT Journal Volume-68 Issue-5 Year of Publication : 2020 Authors : VVSH Prasad, C. Labesh Kumar, Dr BDY Sunil, Dr.G.V.R.Seshagiri Rao DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I5P202S

Citation

MLA Style: VVSH Prasad, C. Labesh Kumar, Dr BDY Sunil, Dr.G.V.R.Seshagiri Rao  "Determination of Optimal Torque in Thread Rolling Operation" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.5(2020):7-12.

APA Style:VVSH Prasad, C. Labesh Kumar, Dr BDY Sunil, Dr.G.V.R.Seshagiri Rao. Determination of Optimal Torque in Thread Rolling Operation  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(5),7-12.

Abstract
Manufacturing of threads, splines and gears will be conventionally done using metal cutting (chip flowing process). In the chip flow process, continuity and the strength of component gets decreased. Alternatively the above general components can also be manufactured by using metal forming in which the metal grain boundaries continuity remains and the components can withstand to higher loads. At present for cold forming for different work material and roll combinations, an empirical (approximate) solution is used for determining the torque requirements of motor. An attempt is being made to study the forming forces in thro feed of the component at roll and work intersection and to determine the optical torque requirement using ANSYS software. To generalize the thread rolling process, software code isdeveloped which can be used for different Work –Tool combinations to estimate the torque requirements.

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Keywords
Analysis, Cold forming, Discretization, Grain boundaries, Optimal Torque, Thread rolling.