Research on Dynamic Fatigue Strength Criterion of BTA Deep Hole Boring Bar for Consideration Vortex Surrounded by Internal and External Cutting Fluid
Fatigue failure is the most common failure mode of boring bar in the deep-hole boring processing system. For solving the problem of fatigue failure on boring bar, the new fatigue strength criterion of boring bar is proposed considering the working state including internal and external cutting fluid vortex, linear crack of the across-section, and the maximum bending - torsion coupled stress of boring bar. Firstly, approximate calculation formula of the maximum bending stress was derived considering internal and external cutting fluid coupled effect induced vortex motion. Secondly, near the region of crack tip, the maximum shearing stress was studied when the failure modes of boring bar was considered to linear crack on its cross-section. Finally, the new fatigue strength criterion was established based on bending-torsion combination alternating stress fatigue strength theory. An example calculation in practice showed that if fatigue strength of boring bar is satisfied to the new fatigue strength criterion, its static strength must be satisfied. The new fatigue strength criterion can be used in analyzing the boring bar’s fatigue strength on both complicated working conditions and also single working conditions. The mechanism of failure and destruction of boring bar on BTA deep hole drilling in generally actual working conditions were studied in this paper which are helpful to promote the service life cycle of boring bar in practice. Some rules are also derived to assess the dynamic performance of working boring bar, which structure parameters will be selected reasonably according to it.
Zhengyi Jiang, Shanqing Li, Jianmin Zeng, Xiaoping Liao and Daoguo Yang
W. Zhao and D. J. Chen, "Research on Dynamic Fatigue Strength Criterion of BTA Deep Hole Boring Bar for Consideration Vortex Surrounded by Internal and External Cutting Fluid", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 189-193, pp. 2264-2268, 2011