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|Title:||Study of cutting forces while turning Al/SiCp composites using rotary carbide tools|
|Publisher:||MARCEL DEKKER INC|
|Citation:||MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, 13(1), 65-84|
|Abstract:||Machining is one of the important processing operations which new materials such as Metal Matrix Composites (MMC's) need to undergo to make these materials suitable for an industrial application. Looking at the projected widespread use of these materials, short life of stationary carbide tools and difficulties in the intermittent machining of these materials with PCD/CBN tools, the concept of rotary tool envisioned. Two force components viz. cutting and thrust were measured during the machining of Al/SiCp composites. Experiments were designed using Taguchi methods. Various factors and their interactions influencing the magnitude of forces were analyzed. Statistical models were proposed to estimate the magnitude of forces using the process, tool and work material dependent parameters. Magnitude of forces was found to be significantly influenced not only by the process and tool dependent parameters but also by the material dependent parameter.|
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