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EFFECT OF CUTTING CONDITION ON TOOL WEAR AND SURFACE ROUGHNESS DURING MACHINING OF INCONEL 718

@inproceedings{XuanTruong2013EFFECTOC,
  title={EFFECT OF CUTTING CONDITION ON TOOL WEAR AND SURFACE ROUGHNESS DURING MACHINING OF INCONEL 718},
  author={Duong Xuan-Truong and Tran Minh-Duc},
  year={2013}
}
In this study, an attempt has been conducted to investigate the effects of cutting parameters on tool wear and surface roughness during hard turning of Inconel 718 material. By taking into account the Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) in accordance to Central Composite Design (CCD); the mathematical model of the flank wear and surface roughness are developed with transformation of the natural logarithm. The experimental results have revealed that the cutting speed is the most significant effect to… 

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