Aerospace Precision Forging Processes and Technology     New!

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Duration: 3 Days
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The advancement of forging technologies and processes has enabled the increased use of forged products to meet the demanding requirements of strength, durability, and reliability. While forgings are commonly used in aerospace manufacturing, the ability to make use of precision forging processes and techniques is critical when manufacturing gas turbine components. Realizing the benefits of accuracy and quality that precision forging brings to product manufacturing requires those involved with design and manufacturing have an understanding of industry accepted technology and processes.

This three day seminar will introduce participants to the precision forging processes and technologies currently in use in industry. The instructor will begin with an overview of the benefits of precision forging and the various manufacturing industries that currently make use of this approach. The instructor will discuss equipment, processes, and quality control requirements. Using examples derived from gas turbine engine rotor blade and vane manufacturing, the attendees will then be presented with the technical requirements to set-up precision forging and the various special processes. The instructor will also provide attendees with the information required to analyze customer drawings, key parameters, raw material requirements, and forging press selection.

Learning Objectives
By attending this training program, you will be able to:

  • Identify the key characteristics and advantages of precision forging
  • Identify requirements for equipment and layout
  • Analyze set-up requirements and processes
  • Evaluate and identify special process requirements
  • Analyze customer drawings and related material requirements

Who Should Attend
This seminar is intended for engineers desiring a comprehensive understanding of the requirements to implement precision forging processes. Individuals involved with design, materials, manufacturing, special processes, tooling, quality, and testing will benefit most from the information presented.

Prerequisites
Although it is not required, attendees should have an undergraduate engineering degree or a strong technical background with at least three years of related work experience.

Topical Outline

DAY ONE

  • Precision Forging Overview
    • When precision forging is needed
    • Industry and components that require precision forging processes
    • Requirements: Equipment; Engineering Staff; Process Technology; Quality Control
  • Requirements for Accepted Parts
    • Requirements
    • Influencing factors
  • Quality System
    • Basic quality procedures
    • Classroom examples

DAY TWO

  • Set-Up of Precision Forging Processes
    • Rotor blades
    • Vanes blades
  • Set-Up of Special Processes
    • Cutting, vibro-milling, blasting, polishing, hot sizing, cold sizing, graphite lubrication
    • Glass coating, chemical surface treatment, NDT, heat treat, upset, extrusion
    • Pre-final forging, final forging, trimming, bending
  • Defects
    • Prevention and removal at each step

DAY THREE

  • Analyzing Customer Drawings and Process Set-Up
    • Key parameters in blade and structure drawings
      • Raw materials
      • HT requirements
      • NDT requirements
      • Airfoil tolerance
      • Thickness tolerance
      • Twist angle
      • Bow tolerance
      • Surface finish
    • Precision forging work areas
    • Machining areas
    • Calculation of forging energy
    • Forging press selection
    • Related equipment
  • Design Drawings and Raw Material Requirements
    • Diameter calculations
    • Surface finish requirements
    • Supplier requirements
    • Metallurgical requirements for raw material
    • Forging and machining inspection processes

Instructor(s): Canghuai Li
Mr. Canghuai Li is currently Manager of Engineering, Inspection, and Forging Operations at Xian Airfoil Technology Co., LTD (XAT) in China. XAT is a joint venture company established by Xian Aero-Engine (XAE), Pratt and Whitney (P&W), and Blades Technology International (BTI Israel). XAT manufactures compressor blades and vanes, fan blades, and medical implants using advanced precision forging and machining processes for such customers XAE, P & W, Honeywell, Dongan, Stryker, Biomet, Depuy, and Smith and Nephew, among others. Mr. Li previously served as Quality Manager at XAT where he was responsible for all quality related aspects of production and systems. Prior to that, he was a senior professional forging engineer and supervisor at XAT. Mr. Li received a BS Engineering from Northwest Poly-Technology University, with a focus on metal forming and materials engineering.

Fees: $1615.00 ; SAE Members: $1295.00 - $1445.00

2.0 CEUs
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.

For additional information, contact SAE Customer Service at 1-877-606-7323 (724/776-4970 outside the U.S. and Canada) or at CustomerService@sae.org.

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