Imperial College London

DrLiliangWang

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

Reader in Mechanical Engineering
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 3648liliang.wang Website

 
 
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Location

 

518City and Guilds BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Metal Processing Technology - MECH97093

Aims

Many industrial metal processes and applications involve shaping engineering components via plastic/viscoplastic deformation. These metal forming technologies are used for the manufacture of a range of metal components, such as automotive and aircraft body panels.  This module extends basic solid-mechanics concepts and methods to the modelling and analysis of viscoplastic flow and of metal microstructure evolution during metal forming processes.  It aims to provide a comprehensive survey of the analysis and simulation methods available, and practical exercises in their use. In particular:

  • To introduce plasticity and viscoplasticity theories underpinning metal plasticity technologies
  • To introduce theories for formulating unified constitutive equations for metal processing applications.
  • To extend plasticity and viscoplasticity theories for advanced metal forming applications
  • To introduce numerical techniques for advanced materials and process modelling.

ECTS units:    10

Role

Course Leader

Metal Processing Technology - MECH70006

Aims

Many industrial metal processes and applications involve shaping engineering components via plastic/viscoplastic deformation. These metal forming technologies are used for the manufacture of a range of metal components, such as automotive and aircraft body panels.  This module extends basic solid-mechanics concepts and methods to the modelling and analysis of viscoplastic flow and of metal microstructure evolution during metal forming processes.  It aims to provide a comprehensive survey of the analysis and simulation methods available, and practical exercises in their use. In particular:

  • To introduce plasticity and viscoplasticity theories underpinning metal plasticity technologies
  • To introduce theories for formulating unified constitutive equations for metal processing applications.
  • To extend plasticity and viscoplasticity theories for advanced metal forming applications
  • To introduce numerical techniques for advanced materials and process modelling.

ECTS units:    10

Role

Course Leader

Technical Presentation Skills - ME9-MTPS

Aims

To improve your skill at creating a short, well-structured, effective presentation, on an engineering-related subject, which informs and engages its audience.

Role

Lecturer