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Influence of Microstructure on Chip Formation when Broaching Ferritic-Pearlitic Steels
(Elsevier B.V., 2017)
Broaching is a specific process characterized by relatively low cutting speeds and uncut chip thicknesses. The latter is in the range of 0.1 to 0.25 mm in the roughing section of the tool but can decrease down to 0.0015 ...
A mechanistic model to predict cutting force on orthogonal machining of Aluminum 7475-T7351 considering the edge radius
(Elsevier B.V., 2019)
The ploughing force related with action of edge radius is an important factor which influences flow stress, chip formation or surface integrity. Some fraction of the cutting forces are called parasitic (additional) forces ...
The contribution of microstructure and friction in broaching Ferrite–Pearlite steels
(Elsevier Ltd., 2020)
Ferrite-Pearlite (FP) steels are used in many automotive components. However, their machinability in low cutting speed processes appears to be highly dependent on their metallurgical state. An experimental approach combining ...
In-SEM micro-machining reveals the origins of the size effect in the cutting energy
(Springer Nature, 2021)
High-precision metal cutting is increasingly relevant in advanced applications. Such precision normally requires a cutting feed in the micron or even sub-micron dimension scale, which raises questions about applicability ...