Simulation Analysis of Nanocutting on the Surface of Sapphire

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The three-dimensional quasi-steady molecular statics nanocutting model developed by this paper carries out simulation analysis of nanocutting of sapphire substrate in order to explore the effects of tools with the same tip radii of probe and straight-line cutting at different cutting depths, on cutting force. The three-dimensional quasi-steady molecular statics nanocutting sapphire workpiece model first assumes the trajectory of each atom of the sapphire workpiecs being cut whenever the diamond cutter goes forward one step. It then uses the optimization search method to solve the force equilibrium equation of the Morse force in the X, Y and Z directions when each atom moves a small distance, so as to find the new movement position of each atom, and step by step calculates the behavior during cutting. And from the simulation results of cutting force, down force and side force, it is found that under the actions of cutting tools with the same tip radius of probe, cutting force enlarges with the increase of cutting depth. This result is identical to the actual experimental phenomena of nanocutting. From this, it is known that the simulation model developed in this study is reasonable.

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Zone-Ching Lin, You-Min Huang, Chao-Chang Arthur Chen and Liang-Kuang Chen

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184-192

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Z. C. Lin and Y. C. Hsu, "Simulation Analysis of Nanocutting on the Surface of Sapphire", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 579, pp. 184-192, 2012

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