Tool-Chip Friction and Two-Dimensional Numerical Simulation Analysis of High-Speed Milling AISI304
The physical friction system model was established between the tool and the chip based on the analysis of tri-bological behavior of high speed milling process of the end mill. The finite element simulation method was employed to study the tool-chip friction model, and the two-dimensional(2D) finite element model of milling was created. The numerical results revealed the chip morphology, stress and temperature distribution of the tool-chip contact surface. The tool temperature field distribution provided supports for tool-chip friction state theory and the 3D milling model.
Seung-Bok Choi and Yun-Hae Kim
L. L. Guo et al., "Tool-Chip Friction and Two-Dimensional Numerical Simulation Analysis of High-Speed Milling AISI304", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1089, pp. 377-380, 2015