Product Title: Temperature Evaluation when Machining Welded Hard Facings with PCBN...
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Author: X J Ren, R D James, E J Brookes
Published Date: 2001-01-10
Page Count: 11
In this work, cutting temperatures when machining welded hard facings with PCBN tools were studied using a thermocouple technique. A finite element (FE) model was used to predict the chip-tool interface temperature and its distribution in the machining system. The average cutting temperature ranged from 600-700 deg. C and increased with higher cutting speed and feed rate. The hard facing microstructure exhibited significant effect on the cutting temperatures. A hard facing with larger carbide grains showed lower cutting temperatures and exhibited a lower increase rate with cutting speed and feed rate. Authors: X. J. Ren (University of Exeter, Exeter, UK), R. D. James (University of Hull, Hull, UK), E. J. Brookes (University of Hull, Hull, UK), L. Wang (University of Hull, Hull, UK).
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