Title: A review of surface integrity in machining and its impact on functional performance and life of machined products
Authors: R. M'Saoubi, J.C. Outeiro, H. Chandrasekaran, O.W. Dillon Jr., I.S. Jawahir
Addresses: Seco Tools AB, Fagersta, Sweden. ' Faculty of Engineering, Portuguese Catholic University, Lisbon, Portugal. ' Corrosion and Metals Research Institute (KIMAB), Stockholm, Sweden. ' Department of Mechanical Engineering, Machining Research Laboratory, Center for Manufacturing, University of Kentucky, USA. ' Department of Mechanical Engineering, Machining Research Laboratory, Center for Manufacturing, University of Kentucky, USA
Abstract: This paper presents an overview of the past research on Surface Integrity (SI) studies in the context of machined components from a range of work materials including stainless steels, Ni and Ti alloys, hardened steels for dies and moulds, bearings and automotive applications. Typical surface alterations such as phase transformations, microhardness and residual stress are discussed and correlated with the functional performance of the machined products. A summary of past and current modelling efforts is then presented along with projections for developing predictive models for SI and means for enhancing product sustainability in terms of its functional performance.
Keywords: surface integrity; residual stress; fatigue life; product life; sustainable manufacturing; machining; phase transformations; microhardness; modelling; product sustainability; functional performance.
International Journal of Sustainable Manufacturing, 2008 Vol.1 No.1/2, pp.203 - 236
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