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|Title:||A hybrid cutting force model for high-speed milling of titanium alloys|
|Authors:||Wang, Z.G. |
|Keywords:||Cutting force model|
Finite element method
|Source:||Wang, Z.G.,Rahman, M.,Wong, Y.S.,Li, X.P. (2005). A hybrid cutting force model for high-speed milling of titanium alloys. CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology 54 (1) : 71-74. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||In this paper, the Johnson-Cook (JC) strength model is used to describe the flow stress of Ti6Al4V and to estimate two important parameters in Oxley's model: the strain-rate constant and the angle made by the resultant force and the shear plane. The JC model is also incorporated into a finite element method (FEM) simulation for the deformation process of Ti6AI4V. Finally, a hybrid cutting force model based on the FEM simulation and Oxley's theory is proposed to predict cutting forces when machining Ti6Al4V. Experimental results are found to substantiate the developed model.|
|Source Title:||CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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