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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Effect of surface integrity generated by machining on isothermal low cycle fatigue performance of Inconel 718
(Elsevier Ltd., 2022)
Critical aero-engine components such as turbine discs must withstand severe cyclic stresses, which can eventually lead to low cycle fatigue (LCF) failures. These components are made of difficult-to-cut alloys and machining ...