Paper Title:
FEA-Methodology for the Prediction of Aluminium Thin Walled Part Deformation in Dry Milling Operations
  Abstract

The presented work is a part of the EU integrated and collaborative project “Aligning, Holding and Fixing Flexible and Difficult to Handle Components” (AFFIX). The deformation of thin-walled components, caused by a thermo-mechanical load in the machining process, is a common challenge in manufacturing automotive engine heads and gearboxes. Geometrical tolerances like flatness are strongly affected by the thermo-mechanical process loads, and therefore cause production scraps and serious engine faults in case of undetected defects. To avoid long process setup times, a methodology has been developed to calculate the resulting part flatness. Based on the developed methodology a clamping strategy has been identified which minimises the resulting part deformation in milling operations and thus ensures the accuracy and quality of thin-walled aluminum power train parts.

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J.C. Outeiro
Pages
662-670
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.223.662
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H. Puls, F. Klocke, D. Lung, R. Schlosser, P. Frank, A. Herrmann Pratourlon, "FEA-Methodology for the Prediction of Aluminium Thin Walled Part Deformation in Dry Milling Operations", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 223, pp. 662-670, 2011
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April 2011
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