Modelling of Machining Operations

Volume 223

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Aviral Shrot, Martin Bäker

Abstract: A material model is a prerequisite to the modelling of machining processes. Owing to its versatility, the Johnson-Cook model is commonly...

Authors: Cédric Courbon, Tarek Mabrouki, Joël Rech, Denis Mazuyer, Enrico D'Eramo

Abstract: The present work proposes to enhance the thermal interface denition in Finite Element (FE) simulations of machining. A user subroutine has...

Authors: Murat Demiral, Tõnu Leemet, Mikko Hokka, Veli Tapani Kuokkala, Anish Roy, Vadim V. Silberschmidt

Abstract: Ti-based alloys are extensively used in aerospace and other advanced engineering fields due to their high strength and toughness, light...

Authors: E. Kwiatkowska, Piotr Niesłony, W. Grzesik

Abstract: The development of an accurate model for the shear and normal stresses on the rake face is very important for modeling of the metal cutting...

Authors: Gaetano M. Pittalà, Michele Monno

Abstract: The machining of titanium alloys is critical also because of high temperature reached at the tool nose. The temperature of the cutting tool...

Authors: Yang Guo, Christopher Saldana, James B. Mann, Rachid M'Saoubi, Srinivasan Chandrasekar

Abstract: Deformation history and state of chip and machined surface in low-speed cutting have been characterized using image analysis, complemented...

Authors: Patrícia Alves Barbosa, Izabel Fernanda Machado

Abstract: Machining is characterized by a large amount of localized plastic strain on material due to chip formation; hence, there is a commitment...

Authors: Paolo Claudio Priarone, Stefania Rizzuti, Giovanna Rotella, Luca Settineri

Abstract: Gamma-titanium aluminides present an attractive combination of low density, high melting temperature, good oxidation and burn resistance,...

Authors: Ivandro Bonetti, Valter Vander Oliveira, Adriano Fagali Souza

Abstract: Nowadays there has been noticeable an expressive technological development in the cutting process to machine moulds and dies, through...

Authors: S.V. Ramana, K. Ramji, B. Satyanarayana

Abstract: The pin on disc (POD) tests revealed an inverse relationship between coefficient of friction and the particle size of boric acid. So, as the...


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