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by Daniel Dudzinski,Alain Molinari,H. Schulz

  • ISBN: 0306467259
  • Category: Engineering
  • Author: Daniel Dudzinski,Alain Molinari,H. Schulz
  • Subcategory: Engineering
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 2002 edition (April 30, 2002)
  • Pages: 498 pages
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Daniel Dudzinski, Alain Molinari, H. Schulz

Daniel Dudzinski, Alain Molinari, H. Schulz.

Daniel Dudzinski, Alain Molinari, H.

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D. Dudzinski, A. Molinari, H. Schulz, Metal Cutting and High Speed Machining . High speed machining has received important interest because it leads to an increase in productivity and a better workpiece surface quality

D. Schulz, Metal Cutting and High Speed Machining, Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers, New York, 2002. Donertas, The influence of feed rate and cutting speed on the cutting forces, surface roughness and tool–chip contact length. High speed machining has received important interest because it leads to an increase in productivity and a better workpiece surface quality. Experimental investigation of the impact of tool materials and cutting parameters on surface roughness in high speed machining is presented in this paper.

Thermomechanical modelling of oblique cutting and experimental validation. A Moufki, A Devillez, D Dudzinski, A Molinari.

D Dudzinski, A Devillez, A Moufki, D Larrouquere, V Zerrouki, J Vigneau. International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture 44 (4), 439-456, 2004. Cutting forces and wear in dry machining of Inconel 718 with coated carbide tools. Thermomechanical modelling of oblique cutting and experimental validation. International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture 44 (9), 971-989, 2004. A modelling of cutting for viscoplastic materials. D Dudzinski, A Molinari.

Orthogonal machining High-speed machining Aluminum alloy Hopkinson bar Infrared temperature measurement Force measurement Energy . Dudzinski D, Molinari A, Schulz H (eds) Metal cutting and high speed machining. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

Orthogonal machining High-speed machining Aluminum alloy Hopkinson bar Infrared temperature measurement Force measurement Energy Shear angle Friction coefficient Wear-land. 20. Potdar YK, Zehnder AT (2004) Temperature and deformation measurements in transient metal cutting. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

10 Appendix A: Equipment Fig. Image of engine lathe used in workpiece machining. Fig. Image of profilometer used in measurement of surface roughness. 17 Appendix D: Data Collected for Aluminum Specimens Speed (rpm) Lab Group Feed (. 01 in/rev) Tool Radius (x/64) in Average Surface Roughness (Ra) Diameter (in) Chip Thickness (in) . 4 3. . 01 . 0330 1. 1 16. 52 . 3100 . 2 5. 73 . 1180 1. 4 8. 03 . 0900 6 1. 2 19. 65 . 1300 . 4 4. 38 . 2400 1. 1 19. 64 . 2800 . 2 6. 83 . 2000 1. 4 19. 26 . 4300 7 1. 2 14. 33 . 2700 . 1.

Key words: High speed machining, modelling, friction 1 ANALYTICAL MODELLING OF angle φ, see FIG. The plastic deformation in the ORTHOGONAL CUTTING chip is supposed to be limited to this band

Key words: High speed machining, modelling, friction 1 ANALYTICAL MODELLING OF angle φ, see FIG. The plastic deformation in the ORTHOGONAL CUTTING chip is supposed to be limited to this band. The complex material flow near the tool edge and the During the thermomechanical process of chip secondary shear zone, due to the friction at the tool- formation the strain rates, the shear strain and the chip interface, are neglected.

Cutting temperature and heat generated at the tool-chip interface during high speed machining operations have .

Cutting temperature and heat generated at the tool-chip interface during high speed machining operations have been recognized as major factors that influence tool performance and workpiece geometr. More).

This book gives a coherent overview of recent developments in Metal Cutting and High Speed Machining, presenting the latest research of international groups in theoretical and experimental approaches in this field. Topics covered include: mechanics of cutting, numerical models, chatter vibrations, machining processes (drilling, high speed milling, grinding, hard turning), cutting tools and coatings, dry cutting, computer aided manufacturing, numerical control and command, process monitoring and adaptive control, machine tool (in particular the Parallel Kinematic Machines) and components (spindles and linear motor feed drive). Special attention is made to industrial applications, such as to aeronautical materials. Various facets of metal cutting are developed to stimulate an interdisciplinary approach.

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