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Title: Investigating the tool life, cutting force components, and surface roughness of AISI 302 stainless steel material under oblique machining
Authors: El-Tamimi, A.M.
El-Hossainy, T.M
Keywords: Cutting forces; Design of experiments; Flank wear; Machining; Metal cutting; Oblique cutting; Regression analysis; Response graph; Response surface; Response table; Stainless steel; Surface roughness; Tool life
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Marcel Dekker Inc.
Citation: Materials and Manufacturing Processes, 23 (4), pp. 427-438.
Abstract: The aim of this work is to investigate the machinability of austenitic AISI 302 stainless steel under oblique cutting. This can be achieved by studying the cutting forces, analysis of tool life, and investigation of the surface roughness at different cutting conditions and nose radius. A factorial experiment and analysis of variance technique are used in which several factors are evaluated for their effects on each level. The machinability experiments are based on design of experiments to obtain empirical equations for machinability values for machining conditions such as speed, feed, depth of cut, and nose radius. The parameters considered in the experiments were optimized to attain maximum tool life using a response graph and a response table. Based on the response models, dual response contours (tool life and surface roughness as a response and metal removal rate) have been plotted in cutting speed-feed planes. Evaluating the effect of the predominant variables influencing the value of tool life is very important for improving the machined product quality.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13160
ISSN: 10426914
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