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Multi revolution finite element model to predict machining induced residual stresses in Inconel 718
Inconel 718 is commonly used in structural critical components of aircraft engines due to its mechanical thermal properties at high temperatures, which makes it to be considered as a difficult to machine material. In these ...
Surface machining condition and fatigue life on Inconel 718
Life assessment of components working in aero-engines at elevated temperatures is critical. Machining has a serious effect on these nickel-based alloys, for example in turbine discs, affecting their life in service. Machining ...
Sensor signal selection for tool wear curve estimation and subsequent tool breakage prediction in a drilling operation
(Taylor & Francis, 2021)
Tool condition monitoring have an important role in machining processes to reduce defective component and ensure quality requirements. Stopping the process before the tool breaks or an excessive tool wear is reached can ...
Surface Integrity Analysis when Machining Inconel 718 with Conventional and Cryogenic Cooling
Cryogenic machining together with minimum quantity lubrication (MQL), is claimed to be a promising alternative to flood cooling in industrial applications since it avoids the use of large amounts of cutting fluids and it ...
Surface Integrity When Machining Inconel 718 Using Conventional Lubrication and Carbon Dioxide Coolant
(Elsevier Ltd., 2020)
Surface integrity induced by machining process affects strongly the performance of functional products, for instance, the fatigue life as well as the resistance to stress corrosion cracking. Consequently, it is relevant ...