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Modelling the correlation between cutting and process parameters in high-speed machining of Inconel 718 alloy using an artificial neural network
Abstract An artificial neural network (ANN) model was developed for the analysis and prediction of the relationship between cutting and process parameters during high-speed turning of nickel-based,Expand
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Performance of coated, cemented carbide, mixed-ceramic and PCBN-H tools when turning W320 steel
TiN-coated cemented carbide, mixed ceramic and PCBN with a high percentage of CBN (PCBN-H) tools were used for reconditioned turning of hardened and tempered W320 steel hot working dies. The dies areExpand
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Tool life and wear mechanisms in high speed machining of Ti–6Al–4V alloy with PCD tools under various coolant pressures
Abstract Usage of titanium alloys has increased since the past 50 years despite difficulties encountered during machining. Many studies involving different tool materials, cutting parameters, toolExpand
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Application of cutting fluids in machining processes
In the last decade a lot has been discussed about the suitability of using cutting fluid in abundance to cool and lubricate machining processes. The use of cutting fluid generally causes economy ofExpand
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Turning of Inconel 718 with whisker-reinforced ceramic tools applying vegetable-based cutting fluid mixed with solid lubricants by MQL
Abstract The rule of thumb in the machining of nickel base superalloys with ceramic tools is to cut dry and no attempt of applying MQL with the addition of solid lubricant was made, according to theExpand
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Analysis of the coefficient of friction at the workpiece-tool interface in milling of high strength compacted graphite cast irons
Abstract The coefficient of friction at the workpiece-tool interface is one of the main influencing parameters in machining. It can be tribologically investigated using conventional and openExpand
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Cooling ability of cutting fluids and measurement of the chip‐tool interface temperatures
Many machining researches are focused on cutting tools mainly due to the wear developed as a result of high temperatures generated that accelerate thermally related wear mechanisms, consequentlyExpand
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The effect of application of cutting fluid with solid lubricant in suspension during cutting of Ti-6Al-4V alloy
Abstract The process of machining of hard materials such as titanium and its alloys, has an important role in the development of new machining techniques, such as cutting tools and coatings, with theExpand
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Machining of nickel-base, Inconel 718, alloy with ceramic tools under finishing conditions with various coolant supply pressures
Abstract Machining of Inconel 718 with whisker reinforced ceramic tool gave better performance in terms of tool life under high-pressure coolant supplies up to 15 MPa compared to conventional coolantExpand
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Overview of the Machining of Titanium Alloys
Machining of titanium alloys has always attracted considerable great interest in the manufacturing sector as well as within the scientific research community worldwide. Titanium alloys are widelyExpand
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