University of Hertfordshire

Modelling the Effects of Friction on Tool-Chip Interface Temperature During Orthogonal Cutting of Al6061-T6 Aluminium Alloy

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Bangkok, Thailand, March 5-7, 2019
PublisherIEOM Society International
Pages930-945
Number of pages16
Volume2019
EditionMAR
ISBN (Print)978-1-5323-5948-4
Publication statusPublished - 7 Mar 2019
EventInternational Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management - JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand
Duration: 5 Mar 20197 Mar 2019

Publication series

NameProceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management
CountryThailand
CityBangkok
Period5/03/197/03/19

Abstract

In this work, finite element simulations based on the analytical model derived with the MATLAB software were used to establish the temperature fields within the cutting tool and tool-chip interface. The average tool-chip interface temperature model was simulated and the simulation results were compared with experimental results for validation. At a maximum cutting speed of 90 m/min, the maximum temperature obtained from the experiment was 410 oC, at same rake angle of 0o. However, the developed model predicted 490 oC under the same conditions. The higher value obtained by the model can be attributed to the negligence of heat losses to the surrounding by both convection and radiation modes, as an assumption in the formulated model. A similar trend of these results was also recorded for the case of rake angle and feed rate of 30o and 0.0635 mm/rev, respectively. It was observed that the simulation results and experimental measurements for the average tool-chip interface temperature agreed significantly.

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