Principles of Metal Forming Technology

2,000.00

 

Prof. Pradeep Kumar Jha

IIT Roorkee

*Additional GST and optional Exam fee are applicable.

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Description

 

The course focuses on understanding the science and technology of different forming processes. Most of the metallic objects undergo at least one of the metal forming operations, except the cast ones. Understanding basic principles of metal forming and further being applied by engineers and metallurgists directly contribute towards improvement in production in the industries. The concept of stress, deformation and failure, mechanics of metalworking and analysis of different metal working processes will be covered during the whole course. Introduction and working principle of powder metallurgy forging will be presented in the end. The course will enable the students be conversant with working principles so that they can use the knowledge gained towards increasing the productivity of manufacturing industries in the long run.
 

INTENDED AUDIENCE

Any interested Learners

PREREQUISITES

Introduction to manufacturing technology or manufacturing processes

INDUSTRY SUPPORT

Manufacturing Industries where forming takes place, for example SAIL, BHEL, Foundry and Forge industries like HEC, Bharat Forge etc.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Dr Pradeep K. Jha is presently working as Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering at IIT Roorkee. He has been teaching the courses related to manufacturing technology and theory of production processes to undergraduate and postgraduate students for more than 12 years. He is actively involved in research work related to production processes, tundish steelmaking process, mold solidification in continuous casting etc.

 

Additional information

Institute

IITR

Total hours

20

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1. Join the course
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COURSE ENROLMENT FEE: The Fee for Enrolment is Rs. 2000 + GST

2. Watch Videos+Submit Assignments
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3. Get qualified to register for exams
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CRITERIA TO GET A CERTIFICATE
Assignment score = Score more than 50% in at least 6/8 assignments.
Exam score = 50% of the proctored certification exam score out of 100
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4. Register for exams
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EXAM FEE: The remote proctoring exam is optional for a fee of Rs.1500 + GST. An additional fee of Rs.1500 will apply for a non-standard time slot.

5. Results and Certification
After the exam, based on the certification criteria of the course, results will be declared and learners will be notified of the same. A link to download the e-certificate will be shared with learners who pass the certification exam.

CERTIFICATE TEMPLATE

Course Details

Week 1  : Introduction and classification of metalworking processes, Behavior of materials
Week 2  :  Concept of stress and strain, Hydrostatic and deviatoric stresses 
Week 3  : Flow curve Yield criteria for ductile materials, plastic stress strain relationships
Week 4  :  Yielding and ductility during instability, Effect of strain rate and temperature on flow properties
Week 5  :  mechanics of metalworking, Analysis methods, Hot and cold working
Week 6  :  Introduction, classification and analysis of forging and rolling operations
Week 7  :  Defects in rolled and forged components, Analysis of extrusion process
Week 8  :  Classification and analysis of wire and tube drawing and sheetmetal working, Powder metallurgy forming

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