Study on Precision Cutting Titanium Alloy Thin-Walled Parts Based on Finite Element Method
With the development of aviation and aerospace industry, the performance requirement and part accuracy requirement of aviation engines are increasingly enhanced, and it is difficult to ensure machining accuracy and usage requirement by traditional machining technique. Therefore, the cutting performance and cutting parameter of aviation engine thin-walled parts are researched. Based on FEM (Finite Element Method), simulate cutting of titanium alloy thin-walled parts and analyze the cutting process of a three dimensional model under different cutting parameters so as to obtain the rules of the residual stress and deformation of titanium alloy thin-walled parts. The method referred to in this paper can be used to select the machining parameters of real aero-engine thin-walled, which is helpful to control deformation of workpiece and increase the machining efficiency.
M. H. Wang et al., "Study on Precision Cutting Titanium Alloy Thin-Walled Parts Based on Finite Element Method", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 228-229, pp. 453-457, 2011