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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Influence of HSM cutting parameters on the surface integrity characteristics of hardened AISI H13 steel
Author: Hioki, D
Diniz, AE
Sinatora, A
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the influence of the cutting parameters of high-speed machining milling on the characteristics of the surface integrity of hardened AISI H13 steel. High-speed machining has been used intensively in the mold and dies industry. The cutting parameters used as input variables were cutting speed (v (c)), depth of cut (a (p)), working engagement (a (e)) and feed per tooth (f (z) ), while the output variables were three-dimensional (3D) workpiece roughness parameters, surface and cross section microhardness, residual stress and white layer thickness. The subsurface layers were examined by scanning electron and optical microscopy. Cross section hardness was measured with an instrumented microhardness tester. Residual stress was measured by the X-ray diffraction method. From a statistical standpoint (the main effects of the input parameters were evaluated by analysis of variance), working engagement (a (e)) was the cutting parameter that exerted the strongest effect on most of the 3D roughness parameters. Feed per tooth (f (z) ) was the most important cutting parameter in cavity formation. Cutting speed (v (c)) and depth of cut (a (p)) did not significantly affect the 3D roughness parameters. Cutting speed showed the strongest influence on residual stress, while depth of cut exerted the strongest effect on the formation of white layer and on the increase in surface hardness.
Subject: HSM milling
H13 steel
Surface integrity
Tribology
Country: Brasil
Editor: Abcm Brazilian Soc Mechanical Sciences & Engineering
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s40430-013-0050-x
Date Issue: 2013
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