Influence of cutting parameters and tool wear on martensitic stainless steel surface integrity after a face milling process
De Escalona, P. M. and Maropoulos, P. G., 2009. Influence of cutting parameters and tool wear on martensitic stainless steel surface integrity after a face milling process. In: 2009 ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference, 2009-07-26 - 2009-07-30, Prague.
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Surface finish is one of the most relevant aspects of machining operations, since it is one of the principle methods to assess quality. Also, surface finish influences mechanical properties such as fatigue behavior, wear, corrosion, etc. The feed, the cutting speed, the cutting tool material, the workpiece material and the cutting tool wear are some of the most important factors that affects the surface roughness of the machined surface. Due to the importance of the martensitic 416 stainless steel in the petroleum industry, especially in valve parts and pump shafts, this material was selected to study the influence of the feed per tooth and cutting speed on tool wear and surface integrity. Also the influence of tool wear on surface roughness is analyzed. Results showed that high values of roughness are obtained when using low cutting speed and feed per tooth and by using these conditions tool wear decreases prolonging tool life.
|Item Type||Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)|
|Creators||De Escalona, P. M.and Maropoulos, P. G.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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