Rajat Vishwakarma
University Institute of Technology RGPV (UIT - RGPV), Bhopal
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3 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Thickness of shell before ironing
Thickness of the shell before ironing=Thickness of shell after ironing*exp(Ironing force/(pi*Mean diameter of the shell after ironing*Thickness of shell after ironing*Average tensile strength before and after ironing)) GO
Average of tensile strength before and after ironing
Average tensile strength before and after ironing=Ironing force/(pi*Mean diameter of the shell after ironing*Thickness of shell after ironing*ln(Thickness of the shell before ironing/Thickness of shell after ironing)) GO
Mean diameter of the shell after ironing
Mean diameter of the shell after ironing=Ironing force/(pi*Average tensile strength before and after ironing*Thickness of shell after ironing*ln(Thickness of the shell before ironing/Thickness of shell after ironing)) GO

Ironing Force after drawing Formula

Ironing force=pi*Mean diameter of the shell after ironing*Thickness of shell after ironing*Average tensile strength before and after ironing*ln(Thickness of the shell before ironing/Thickness of shell after ironing)
F=pi*d<sub>1</sub>*t<sub>1</sub>*S<sub>avg</sub>*ln(t<sub>0</sub>/t<sub>1</sub>)
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Bend Allowance GO
Punch Load GO
Clearance Between Two Shears GO
Punching Force for Holes Smaller Than Sheet Thickness GO
Blank Size for Drawing Operation GO
Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells GO
Blank size when there is corner radius on punch (15r ≤ d ≤ 20r) GO
Blank size when there is corner radius on punch (10r ≤ d ≤ 15r) GO
Blank size when there is corner radius on punch (d < 10r) GO
Mean diameter of the shell after ironing GO
Thickness of shell before ironing GO
Average of tensile strength before and after ironing GO
Percent reduction after drawing GO
Blank diameter from percent reduction GO
Shell diameter from percent reduction GO

What is ironing?

Ironing Force after drawing is the force used to reduce the wall thickness of the cup after drawing. In ironing, the objective is only to reduce the wall thickness of the cup, and hence no blank holding is required because the punch is fitted closely inside the cup.

How to Calculate Ironing Force after drawing?

Ironing Force after drawing calculator uses Ironing force=pi*Mean diameter of the shell after ironing*Thickness of shell after ironing*Average tensile strength before and after ironing*ln(Thickness of the shell before ironing/Thickness of shell after ironing) to calculate the Ironing force, Ironing Force after drawing is the force used to reduce the wall thickness of the cup after drawing. Ironing force and is denoted by F symbol.

How to calculate Ironing Force after drawing using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Ironing Force after drawing, enter Mean diameter of the shell after ironing (d1), Thickness of shell after ironing (t1), Average tensile strength before and after ironing (Savg) and Thickness of the shell before ironing (t0) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Ironing Force after drawing calculation can be explained with given input values -> 21.77586 = pi*0.001*0.01*1000000*ln(0.02/0.01).

FAQ

What is Ironing Force after drawing?
Ironing Force after drawing is the force used to reduce the wall thickness of the cup after drawing and is represented as F=pi*d1*t1*Savg*ln(t0/t1) or Ironing force=pi*Mean diameter of the shell after ironing*Thickness of shell after ironing*Average tensile strength before and after ironing*ln(Thickness of the shell before ironing/Thickness of shell after ironing). Mean diameter of the shell after ironing is the mean taken of inner and outer diameter, Thickness of shell after ironing, Average tensile strength before and after ironing and Thickness of the shell before ironing.
How to calculate Ironing Force after drawing?
Ironing Force after drawing is the force used to reduce the wall thickness of the cup after drawing is calculated using Ironing force=pi*Mean diameter of the shell after ironing*Thickness of shell after ironing*Average tensile strength before and after ironing*ln(Thickness of the shell before ironing/Thickness of shell after ironing). To calculate Ironing Force after drawing, you need Mean diameter of the shell after ironing (d1), Thickness of shell after ironing (t1), Average tensile strength before and after ironing (Savg) and Thickness of the shell before ironing (t0). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mean diameter of the shell after ironing, Thickness of shell after ironing, Average tensile strength before and after ironing and Thickness of the shell before ironing and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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