Finite Element Simulation of Chip Formation during High-Speed Peripheral Milling of Hardened Mold Steel

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The modeling and simulation of chip formation during high speed milling of hardened mold steel are systematically studied by the Finite Element Analysis (FEA). The modified Johnson-Cook’s constitutive equation for hardened mold steel is introduced. Comparing to the experimental results, the simulated results of cutting force, chip morphology, effective stress and cutting temperature in deformation zones of high speed peripheral milling indicate good consistence and the models established can be used to accurately predict the behavior of hardened mold steel.

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Jun Wang,Philip Mathew, Xiaoping Li, Chuanzhen Huang and Hongtao Zhu

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274-278

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.443.274

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D. W. Tang et al., "Finite Element Simulation of Chip Formation during High-Speed Peripheral Milling of Hardened Mold Steel", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 443, pp. 274-278, 2010

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June 2010

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