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Residual Stresses Modelling of End Milling Process Using Numerical and Experimental Methods

Publication Type : Conference Paper

Publisher : Processing and Characterization of Materials

Source : Processing and Characterization of Materials, Trans Tech Publications Ltd (2020)

Keywords : 3D Model, Finite Element Methods, Machining, Oblique Cutting, Residual stress

Campus : Bengaluru

School : School of Engineering

Department : Mechanical Engineering

Year : 2020

Abstract : Machining has been one of the most sort of process for realizing different products. It has significant role in the value additions process. Machining is one of the production process where material is removed from the parent material to realize the final part or component. Among machining, the well known machining processes are turning, milling, shaping, grinding and non-conventional machining processes like electric discharge machining, ultrasonic machining, chemical machining etc. The fundamental of all these processes being material removal in the form of chips using a tool either in contact or not in contact. In the present work, milling is being taken for study Finite element analysis is being used as a tool to understand the different phenomenon that underlies the machining processes. Of late, the machining induced residual stresses is of great interest to the researchers since the residual stresses have an impact on the functional performances. The present work is to model the milling process to predict the forces and residual stresses using finite element method. Unlike many researchers, the authors have attempted to develop oblique cutting model rather than an orthogonal cutting model. The present work was carried out on AISI 1045 steel.

Cite this Research Publication : Prakash Marimuthu K., Chethan, K. C. S., and Thirtha, P. H. P., “Residual Stresses Modelling of End Milling Process Using Numerical and Experimental Methods”, in Processing and Characterization of Materials, 2020.

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