On the selection of Johnson-Cook constitutive model parameters for Ti-6Al-4V using three types of numerical models of orthogonal cutting

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Johnson-Cook constitutive model is still the most used model in metal cutting simulation, although several drawbacks reported in the literature. A high number of Johnson-Cook model parameters can be found in the literature for the same work material. One question that may arise is "What is the most suitable set of Johnson-Cook model parameters for a given material?". The present paper puts in evidence some issues related with the selection of these parameters from the literature. In this contribution, two sets of Johnson-Cook model parameters for Ti-6A-4V are evaluated, using three types of metal cutting models. These models are based on three different formulations: Lagrangian, Arbitrary Eulerian-Lagrangian (ALE) and Couple Lagrangian-Eulerian (CEL). This evaluation is based on the comparison between measured and predicted chip geometry, chip compression ratio, forces, plastic deformation and temperature distributions.

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Zhang, Y., Outeiro, J. C., & Mabrouki, T. (2015). On the selection of Johnson-Cook constitutive model parameters for Ti-6Al-4V using three types of numerical models of orthogonal cutting. In Procedia CIRP (Vol. 31, pp. 112–117). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2015.03.052

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