COURSE SYLLABUS

Metal Working 7.5 credits

Metallbearbetning
Second cycle, T7028T
Version
Course syllabus valid: Autumn 2019 Sp 1 - Present
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Syllabus established
by Niklas Lehto 15 Feb 2019

Last revised
by Niklas Lehto 15 Feb 2019

Education level
Second cycle
Grade scale
G U 3 4 5
Subject
Engineering Materials
Subject group (SCB)
Materials Technology

Entry requirements

Basic knowledge of materials science, such as T0004T and Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer (F0032T) or similar.


More information about English language requirements


Selection

The selection is based on 20-285 credits



Course Aim

Divided in three categories below, after finishing this course the student should be able to:

1 Knowledge and understanding
- Evaluate the behaviour of metals during metal working with regard to both material- and process depending parameters
- Describe the characteristics, basic concepts and definitions of different metal working methods
- Draw conclusions about the microstructure's dependence on the metal working method
- Predict challenges related to different metal working processes
- Show knowledge of simple empirical and semi-empirical methods for different metal working techniques, as well as exemplify when FEM modeling can be used for metal working 

2 Skills and abilities
- Have the ability to make an engineering in-depth reasoning, verbally and / or in writing, about different metal working techniques
- Be able to interpret the impact of various metal working methods on the final product in an engineering way
- Have developed their ability to use simpler computer-based simulation tools  

3 Judgement and approach
- Be able to appreciate the relevance of process simulation
- Critically review the production economy in proposed metal working methods
- Identify process losses in different metal working methods


Contents
The course includes metal working of products with the main focus on profile- and flat rolling. The course deals with material engineering issues, including metallurgy, from slabs to metal working and heat treatment of products.

The following parts are included in the course:

Production and treatment of slabs : History, ingot- and continuous casting, treatment, heating, blooms and billets requirements, different cast structures, micro- and macrosegregation and inclusions, casting defects.

Rolling : overview principles, rolling mills, rolling mill deformation, flatness and profile, flatness errors, rolling terminology, rolling rolls, rolling wear.

Profile rolling : Principles, rolling mills, roller pairs, rolling methods and profile series, rolling terminology, profile fill, dimension measurement, rolled products,

Flat-rolling : Sheet rolling, hot-rolling, cold-rolling, post-treatments of flat products

In addition, the course also includes: forging, tube making, wire drawing, ring rolling, post-treatment of long products .

Introduction to simpler empirical and semi-empirical methods of metal working

Introduction to FEM: Knowledge of the possibility of using FEM modeling for metal working.


Realization
Lectures, exercises, seminar tasks and study-visit.

Examination
Written examination, seminar tasks.

Examiner
Pia Åkerfeldt

Literature. Valid from Autumn 2019 Sp 1 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
Will be announced later.

Course offered by
Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics

Modules
CodeDescriptionGrade scaleHPStatusFrom periodTitle
0001Written examG U 3 4 55.50MandatoryA19
0002Seminar assignmentU G#2.00MandatoryA19

Study guidance
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