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Buchbeiträge:

L. Kandrac, I. Mankova, M. Vrabel, J. Beno, J. Stahovec, M.N. Durakbasa, G. Bas:
"Application of FEM Analysis to Predict the Effect of Cutting Conditions and Tool Geometry on Temperature and Cutting Forces During Orthogonal Cutting of Ti-6Al-4V";
in: "Scientific Research Reports "Development in Machining Technology"", herausgegeben von: Cracow University of Technology; Development in Machining Technology, 2014, ISBN: 9788372427656, S. 52 - 74.



Kurzfassung englisch:
FEM Analysis was performed on design of experiment (DoE) according to Taguchi method. Based on the finite element method (FEM) and response surface methodology (RSM) optimal design methods for optimisation cutting parameters and tool geometry are proposed in this paper. Evaluation of obtained results was processed by the statistical software Minitab 16 and Matlab R2012. In order to overcome the machinability issues associated with machining of Ti-6Al-4V alloy, an attempt has been made in this study to observe the effect of cutting speed and feed rate, also with rake angle and cutting edge radius on cutting force and temperature in 2D orthogonal cutting process supported through out with Third Wave Systems' AdvantEdge. The results obtained from the finite element method (FEM) and experimental studies were compared.

Schlagworte:
design of experiment (DoE), finite element method (FEM), response surface methodology (RSM), aerospace titanium alloys, tool geometry

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