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Rolled products include sheets, structural shapes and rails, as well as intermediate shapes for wire drawing or forging, circular shapes, ‘I’ beams and railway tracks. The latter two types of product are manufactured using grooved rolls. 3 Extrusion This is a process used to create objects of a ﬁxed cross-sectional proﬁle. In this process a material is pushed or pulled through a die of the desired cross-section in a continuous or non-continuous manner. The two most important extrusion processes are as follows: (i) hot extrusion and (ii) cold extrusion.
4 9 Post-VIM Processing Technologies VIM has become indispensable in the manufacture of high-performance aerospace materials and is regarded as the central core of every vacuum reﬁning operation. Incorporation of sophisticated computer control during processing provides excellent reproducibility between melts. The liquid metal produced by VIM can be further processed by different routes, depending on the nature of the material or products . This has been schematically represented in Fig. 6. Practical examples are presented below to further illustrate this point: (i) Several high-performance alloys such as Fe–Ni/Fe–Co–Ni soft magnetic and controlled expansion alloys, and Ni–Ti shape memory alloys (which are not segregation prone but require a high degree of cleanliness and precision chemistry control) are directly cast into ingots after VIM and then processed further by hot working.
The combined effect of varying heat flow and grain growth directions is a well-deﬁned V-shaped pool (see the left-hand diagram in Fig. 7). In contrast, the heat input at the top of a VAR ingot is less uniformly distributed because of (i) the high energy level of the arc at the centre and (ii) simultaneous radiative heat loss from a ring of melt between the electrode and crucible side surfaces. As a result, the local axial temperature gradient is small, giving a grain growth angle close to 90° to the ingot axis at the side surface and parallel (0° angle) to the ingot axis at the centre.
Aerospace Materials and Material Technologies : Volume 2: Aerospace Material Technologies by N. Eswara Prasad, R.J.H. Wanhill