Paper Title:
Sustainable Manufacturing in Aerospace Industry – Analysis of the Viability of Intermediate Stages Elimination in Sheet Processing
  Abstract

Manufacturing performance improvement must take into account energetic, environmental and economic considerations. Thus, when intermediate manufacturing processes are avoided, that performance is improved from the cited viewpoints. In the aeronautical industry, pre-shaped elements of UNS A92024 alloy based structural elements are machined in T3 temper state previously to be thermally treated to reach an O state in order to facilitate its posterior plastic forming process. In this work, a comparative study on the dry turning of UNS A92024 alloy in both states has been achieved in order to analyze the possibilities of eliminating the thermal treatment process, so improving the three above commented considerations. This study has been carried out on the basis of the analysis of surface finish and cutting tool wear.

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Paulo Sérgio Duque de Brito and José Gañán Gómez
Pages
9-14
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.107.9
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J. Salguero, M. Batista, M. Sánchez-Carrilero, M. Álvarez, M. Marcos, "Sustainable Manufacturing in Aerospace Industry – Analysis of the Viability of Intermediate Stages Elimination in Sheet Processing", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 107, pp. 9-14, 2010
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April 2010
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