3D finite element analysis of tool wear in machining

Fabrizio Micari, Ceretti, Attanasio, Domenico Umbrello, Rizzuti

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Abstract

The paper is focused on the 3D numerical prediction of tool wear in metal cutting operations. In particular, an analytical model, able to take into account the diffusive wear mechanism, was implemented through a specific subroutine. Furthermore, an advanced approach to model heat transfer phenomena at the tool–chip interface was included in the numerical simulation. The adopted simulation strategy gave the possibility to properly evaluate the tool wear. The 3D FEM results were compared with some experimental data obtained turning AISI 1045 steel using uncoated WCtool; a good agreement was found out.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)61-64
Numero di pagine4
RivistaCIRP ANNALS
Volume57(1)
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2008

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Machining
Wear of materials
Finite element method
Metal cutting
Subroutines
Interfaces (computer)
Analytical models
Heat transfer
Steel
Computer simulation

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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Micari, F., Ceretti, Attanasio, Umbrello, D., & Rizzuti (2008). 3D finite element analysis of tool wear in machining. CIRP ANNALS, 57(1), 61-64.

3D finite element analysis of tool wear in machining. / Micari, Fabrizio; Ceretti; Attanasio; Umbrello, Domenico; Rizzuti.

In: CIRP ANNALS, Vol. 57(1), 2008, pag. 61-64.

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Micari, F, Ceretti, Attanasio, Umbrello, D & Rizzuti 2008, '3D finite element analysis of tool wear in machining', CIRP ANNALS, vol. 57(1), pagg. 61-64.
Micari F, Ceretti, Attanasio, Umbrello D, Rizzuti. 3D finite element analysis of tool wear in machining. CIRP ANNALS. 2008;57(1):61-64.
Micari, Fabrizio ; Ceretti ; Attanasio ; Umbrello, Domenico ; Rizzuti. / 3D finite element analysis of tool wear in machining. In: CIRP ANNALS. 2008 ; Vol. 57(1). pagg. 61-64.
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