Liner for Extrusion Billet Containers
Report Number: ASD TDR 7-945 Volume 2 Author: S. A. Spachner Corporate Author: Armour Research Foundation Date of Publication: 1962-12-05 Pages: 71 Contract: AF 33(657)8784 AD Number: AD0295626 Original AD Number: AD-295 626
Abstract: Two shrink-fitted, compound sleeve assemblies have been designed to supply required support for use of solid ceramic, ceramic-coated metal, and elevated temperature metal extrusion liners, at stem pressures of 180,000 psi. Liner and sleeve machining and shrink-fitting data are supplied. The first assembly develops required support for ceramic liners and other materials which have high compressive strength and low tensile strength. The second assembly provides required support for materials which have modest elastic strain capability and/or strength in both tension and compression. A device has been designed for the rapid heating and accurate assembly of sleeves to be shrink-fitted.
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