Title: Modelling, optimisation and experimental validation of cutting parameters to achieve minimum tool wear and surface roughness in hard turning of AISI H11 tool steel
Authors: Sanjeev Saini; Inderpreet Singh Ahuja; Vishal S. Sharma
Addresses: Department of Mechanical Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jalandhar – 144 008, India. ' Department of Mechanical Engineering, University College of Engineering, Punjabi University, Patiala, India. ' Department of Industrial and Production Engineering, Dr B R A National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar – 144 011, India
Abstract: Manufacturers around the world constantly strive for lower cost solutions in order to maintain their competitiveness on machined components and manufactured goods. Globally, part quality has been found to be at acceptable levels and it continues to improve, while the pressure for part piece cost is enormous and is constantly being influenced downward by competition and buyer strategies. In machining processes, it is necessary to attain the desired surface quality in order to produce parts providing the required functioning. The surface quality is influenced by various cutting parameters (cutting speed, feed, depth of cut) and sometimes some other parameters. The objective of this paper is to review the effect of cutting parameters on surface integrity (surface roughness and residual stress) in hard turning.
Keywords: hard turning; surface integrity; surface roughness; residual stress; modelling; optimisation; cutting parameters; tool wear; surface quality; tool steel.
International Journal of Materials Engineering Innovation, 2012 Vol.3 No.3/4, pp.295 - 315
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