Adaptability Theory for Study of Tool Die Impression Crumpling Process in Hot Forging of Blanks of Drilling Bit Legs
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The stressed-strained state of forging equipment for making blanks of legs of rolling-cutter drilling bits has been studied at the Samara State Engineering University.
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