Friction in Forging Dies

This paper is on Friction in Forging Dies. Requirements: One of the requirements to the device assigned to the team is to be able to measure Coefficient of Friction in near production conditions.

Friction in Forging Dies

Requirements: One of the requirements to the device assigned to the team is to be able to measure Coefficient of Friction in near production conditions. Speed is one of the requirements. Therefore, we need to have an option of having a sensor capable of recording dynamic signals.

Piezo electric sensor would be one of the options, while a traditional load cell would be another option. Even though we are open to purchase a turnkey solution for the load cell, we would like to have a good understanding how such a load cell works, and what limitations it would have from the signal duration point of view. We also would like to install the Piezo electric sensor. It likely will require a charge amplifier. We do have several oscilloscopes in our lab and can provide you with one which would fit the best to work with the amplifier which you design/identify.

Additionally, I need all the paper talking about the requirements, and I have a pdf talking about my project to have more idea how I can use the sensors. Finally, just to let you know that the sensor that I’m using in the pdf is the wrong one, that’s why I have to change them to the ones in the requirement

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What are dies in forging?
Closed Die Forging is a forging process in which dies (called tooling) that contain a precut profile of the desired part move towards each other and covers the workpiece in whole or in part. The heated raw material, which is approximately the shape or size of the final forged part, is placed in the bottom die.

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