Improved efficiency and quality control in the manufacture and preparation of metallic specimens for high rate tensile testing

Paul Wood, Claus A Schley, Richard Beaumont, Mark A Williams, Michael A. Buckley

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Abstract

Experience gained in the use of high speed machining to manufacture tensile specimens in sheet metals, for the purpose of characterising the dynamic mechanical tensile
properties is described. The dynamic properties of a sheet material are used in digital design tools by the automotive industry to support development of products with safety
critical imperatives. The paper identifies the quality requirements to manufacture tensile specimens in sheet metals and alloys for the purpose of characterising their dynamic mechanical properties. The benefits of high speed machining over conventional machining to manufacture tensile specimens with varying dimensions are summarised. A low cost method to manufacture specimens in a range of sheet metals and alloys to meet the quality requirements of manufacture is described.

Conference

ConferenceThe 7th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR09)
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityUniversity of Warwick
Period8/09/0910/09/09

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Tensile testing
Quality control
Sheet metal
Machining
Automotive industry
Mechanical properties
Costs

Keywords

  • high speed machining
  • sheet metals
  • mechanical tensile properties
  • automotive industry

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Wood, P., Schley, C. A., Beaumont, R., Williams, M. A., & Buckley, M. A. (2009). Improved efficiency and quality control in the manufacture and preparation of metallic specimens for high rate tensile testing. 376-380. Paper presented at The 7th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR09), University of Warwick, United Kingdom.
Wood, Paul ; Schley, Claus A ; Beaumont, Richard ; Williams, Mark A ; Buckley, Michael A. / Improved efficiency and quality control in the manufacture and preparation of metallic specimens for high rate tensile testing. Paper presented at The 7th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR09), University of Warwick, United Kingdom.5 p.
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Wood, P, Schley, CA, Beaumont, R, Williams, MA & Buckley, MA 2009, 'Improved efficiency and quality control in the manufacture and preparation of metallic specimens for high rate tensile testing' Paper presented at The 7th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR09), University of Warwick, United Kingdom, 8/09/09 - 10/09/09, pp. 376-380.

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2009. 376-380 Paper presented at The 7th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR09), University of Warwick, United Kingdom.

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Wood P, Schley CA, Beaumont R, Williams MA, Buckley MA. Improved efficiency and quality control in the manufacture and preparation of metallic specimens for high rate tensile testing. 2009. Paper presented at The 7th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR09), University of Warwick, United Kingdom.