Paper Title:
On Methodologies inside Two Different Commercial Codes to Simulate the Cutting Operation
  Abstract

Nowadays, numerical simulation of cutting processes receives considerable interest among the scientific and industrial communities. For that, various numerical codes are used. Nevertheless, there is no uniform standard for the comparison of simulation model with these different software. So, it is often not easy to state if a given code is more pertinent than another. In this framework, the present work deals with various methodologies to simulate orthogonal cutting operation inside two commercial codes Abaqus and Deform. The aim of the present paper is to build a common benchmark model between the two pre-cited codes which can initiate other numerical cutting model comparisons. The study is focused on the typical aeronautical material - Ti-6Al-4V - Titanium alloy. In order to carry out a comparative study between the two codes, some similar conditions concerning geometrical models and cutting parameters were respected. A multi-physic comprehension related to chip formation, cutting forces and temperature evolutions, and surface integrity is presented. Moreover, the numerical results are compared with experimental ones.

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J.C. Outeiro
Pages
162-171
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.223.162
Citation
Y. C. Zhang, D. Umbrello, T. Mabrouki, S. Rizzuti, D. Nelias, Y. D. Gong, "On Methodologies inside Two Different Commercial Codes to Simulate the Cutting Operation", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 223, pp. 162-171, 2011
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April 2011
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