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Finite Element Prediction of the Tool Wear Influence in Ti6Al4V Machining
Ti6Al4 V is a titanium alloy widely used in the aeronautical industry and machining is often adopted to manufacture it. These parts must satisfy requirements specified by the customer. A crucial characteristic of aircraft ...
Numerical Simulation of Surface Modification During Machining of Nickel-based Superalloy
The main objective of this study is to implement a reliable FE model of the orthogonal machining of a Nickel based superalloy for the prediction of microstructural changes occurring during the process. A FE numerical model ...
Finding correlations between tool life and fundamental dry cutting tests in finishing turning of steel
Tool life is usually measured by end tool life tests, however, such experiments are costly and time consuming. Establishing correlation between these tests and shorter and cheaper tests is consequently of great interest. ...