Decades of research and industrial applications have shown the significant impact of tool coatings and lubricants on machining performance, particularly in difficult-to-cut materials such as nickel-based super alloy Inconel 718. However, the ability to quantify and optimize the beneficial effects of coatings and lubricants continues to be primarily driven by empirical approaches. In this paper, a comparison between experimentally measured tool wear and numerically modelled process metrics, such as temperatures and stresses, is presented. Based on the results and observed deviations, future directions for more industrially relevant cutting tool development are proposed. Major challenges include the need for physics-based tribological models that consider different process interactions as well as microstructural and geometric size effects.
|Number of pages||6|
|State||Published - 2023|
|Event||19th CIRP Conference on Modeling of Machining Operations, CMMO 2023 - Karlsruhe, Germany|
Duration: May 31 2023 → Jun 2 2023
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
The work in the completed project was funded as part of the funding program of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy " & funding of non -profit external industrial research institutions in East Germany - innovation competence east" through grants from the federal budget, section 09, chapter 0901, title 668 01 for the R&D project s with the funding numbers 49 M 60091 and 49 M 90132
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- Inconel 718
- orthogonal cutting
- trochoid rough milling
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Control and Systems Engineering
- Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering