Research and Development of High Speed Cutting Tribology
Due to large deformation, high pressure and high temperature, the tribological behavior between tool and workpiece in high speed cutting is markedly different from that between mechanical parts. High speed cutting tribology is a interdependent scientific discipline, in which kinematics and friction between tool and workpiece, tool wear and fracture, match of mechanical, physical and chemical properties of materials between tool and workpiece, as well as influences of cutting conditions and external environment (such as air, cutting fluids) on tribology and machined surface are investigated. The discipline of high speed cutting tribology is the science base for tool materials design and predicting the tool life, surface integrity and cutting accuracy for high speed cutting. In this paper, the concept of high speed cutting tribology and its research development and prospect are presented.
Zhejun Yuan, Xipeng Xu, Dunwen Zuo, Julong Yuan and Yingxue Yao
X. Ai et al., "Research and Development of High Speed Cutting Tribology", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 315-316, pp. 401-405, 2006