Keywords : ECAP


A Review on Effect of Stress and Strain Distribution on the AA5083 With Respect to Different Channel Angle of ECAP

Nagendra Singh; Manoj Kumar Agrawal; Sanjeev Kumar Verma; Ashish Kumar Tiwari

International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub, 2022, Volume 4, Issue 03, Pages 57-66
DOI: 10.47392/irjash.2022.013

The focus of this study was on the effect of channel angle on stress distribution in the material aluminum alloy 5083. The mechanical properties of a mate- rial are related to the grain size. Equal channel angular pressing (ECAP) is a method for deforming materials in such a way that a strong mechanical prop- erties material is formed while the dimensions of the work piece stay fixed in order to make ultra-fine-grained materials. One of the parameters of ECAP is the channel angle. It’s crucial to understand the impact of a die channel angle on material stress distribution before designing one. When the work piece passes through the channel angle, the die channel angle is built differently to see the effect of stress distribution. At the place where the die’s channels angle intersected, the grain structure was evaluated. The result of the influence of die channel angle on stress distribution is shown in this study’s analysis. It is well established that the channel angle has an impact on mechanical behaviour. The inhomogeneity index (Ci)and standard deviation (S.D.) are two approaches for assessing strain homogeneity. Ciis demonstrated to be an ineffective tool for analysing strain distribution homogeneity. Furthermore, it is advised that constructing Equal Channel Angular Pressing die geometry to obtain the best strain circulation homogeneity rather also the best efficient strain consequence is preferable.