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Evolution of residual stresses induced by machining in a Nickel based alloy under static loading at room temperature
Tensile residual stresses are very often generated on the surface when machining nickel alloys. In order to determine their influence on the final mechanical behaviour of the component residual stress stability should be ...
The CEL Method as an Alternative to the Current Modelling Approaches for Ti6Al4V Orthogonal Cutting Simulation
(Elsevier B.V., 2017)
The finite element approach is often adopted to study the machining process. The Lagrangian and Eulerian formulations or even Arbitrary Eulerian-Lagrangian (ALE), one of their combinations, are the most employed in the ...
Experimental and FEM analysis of surface integrity when broaching Ti64
The performance of aeronautic critical components is strongly dependent on its fatigue behavior, which is directly linked to their surface integrity condition. Broaching operation is a machining operation extensively used ...
Effect of cutting speed on the surface integrity of face milled 7050-T7451 aluminium workpieces
(Elsevier Ltd., 2018)
The guarantee of surface integrity has become a primary objective for researchers when analysing the reliability of machined aircraft aluminium alloy structural parts in high-speed machining. This work studies the effect ...