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Title: Effect Of The MQL Technique On Cutting Force And Surface Quality During The Slot Milling Of Titanium Alloy
Other Titles: Vpliv Tehnike MQL Na Silo Rezanja In Kvaliteto Površine Med Rezkanjem Utorov Na Titanovi Zlitini
Authors: Osman, Khaled Ali
Yilmaz, Volkan
Ünver, Hakkı Özgür
Seker, Ulvi
Kilic, S. Engin
Keywords: sustainable manufacturing
minimum quantity lubrication
Tool Wear
Fluid Conditions
Inconel 718
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Inst Za Kovinske Materiale I In Tehnologie
Source: Osman, K. A., Yilmaz, V., Ünver, H. Ö., Şeker, U., & Kiliç, E. (2022). EFFECT OF THE MQL TECHNIQUE ON CUTTING FORCE AND SURFACE QUALITY DURING THE SLOT MILLING OF TITANIUM ALLOY. Materials and Technology, 56(1), 3-10.
Abstract: In this study, the effects of four control parameters, i.e., the cutting speed (v(c)), feed per tooth (f), depth of cut (a(p)), and flow rate of the cutting fluid (Q), on the surface roughness (R-a) and cutting force (F-c) were investigated in the slot milling of titanium alloys (Ti-6A1-4V). The effects of the control parameters were determined by a statistical analysis. In addition, RSM models for R-a and F-c during machining under three cooling/lubrication conditions, i.e., dry, flood, and minimum quantity lubrication (MQL), were obtained. The results revealed that both R-a and F-c are sensitive to changes in f, a(p) and Q. It was found that the MQL condition generates lower values of R-a where the surface roughness value is 0.227 mu m. By contrast. F-c values under the MQL condition were close to those of the flood condition and at times even better. The machining performance at a cutting-fluid flow rate of 36 mL/h under the MQL condition was found to be the best under certain machining conditions. MQL was found to be an effective alternative technique for conventional conditions when machining Ti-6Al-4V.
ISSN: 1580-2949
Appears in Collections:Makine Mühendisliği Bölümü / Department of Mechanical Engineering
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