Experimental Study on Surface Roughness and Residual Stress by End Milling 69111-Stainless Steel
69111-stainless steel has wide applications in aerospace industry due to its comprehensive performance. However, its machining properties are not well studied due to the short using history in product components. In this study, a series of end milling experiments were conducted to characterize surface integrity at various milling conditions. The experimental results have shown that the milled surface roughness value increases with increased feed and cutting speed, while decrease with axial depth-of-cut (DoC) , and presents an inflexion with the radial DoC, with a rang of 0.7~1.7μm. Residual stress determined by the coupling effect of mechanical and thermal deformations varies differently with the increased cutting parameters.
Zhengyi Jiang and Chunliang Zhang
R. H. Yuan et al., "Experimental Study on Surface Roughness and Residual Stress by End Milling 69111-Stainless Steel", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 97-101, pp. 1257-1260, 2010