Mechanical and thermal modeling of orthogonal turn-milling operation
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CitationKaragüzel, U., Bakkal, M. & Budak, E. (2017). Mechanical and thermal modeling of orthogonal turn-milling operation. Paper presented at the 16th CIRP Conference on Modelling of Machining Operations, 58, 287-292. doi:10.1016/j.procir.2017.03.191
Turn-milling is a relatively new machining technology which is performed for cutting of symmetrical or non-symmetrical rotational parts. To improve productivity, determination of cutting parameters in turn-milling is crucial. However, experimental approach is costly, hence it is important to develop predictive models, especially analytical models, for improved process outputs such as cutting force, MRR, cutting temperature etc. In this study, cutting forces, part quality, MRR, cutting temperatures are modeled for orthogonal turn-milling operation. The developed models are verified by experiments. The results show that the eccentricity parameter in turn-milling has a significant effect on process outputs.