Investigation of Effects of Tool Geometry Parameters on Cutting Forces, Temperature and Tool Wear in Turning Using Finite Element Method and Taguchi’s Technique

  • Hieu Giang L
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Turning is one of the most widely metal cutting methods. Machines, tool geometry and machining parameters are the main factors influencing machining quality and efficiency. So there is a lot of research on it. This paper studies on the influence of the geometrical parameters of the tool including: back rake angle (BR), side rake angle (SR) and side cutting-edge angle (SCEA) on cutting forces, temperature and tool wear in turning using FEM (by Deform 3D finite element simulation software) and Taguchi's technique (by Minitab16 statistical software) is used to design the experiment and to analyze output quality characteristics from simulation results. And the optimum tool geometry parameters are given.

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Hieu Giang, L. (2016). Investigation of Effects of Tool Geometry Parameters on Cutting Forces, Temperature and Tool Wear in Turning Using Finite Element Method and Taguchi’s Technique. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications, 4(3), 109. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijmea.20160403.12

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