The effect of cutting speed on residual stresses when orthogonal cutting TC4
1 Key Laboratory of Ministry of Education for Contemporary Design and Integrated Manufacturing Technology, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an 710072, China
2 Northwestern Polytechnical University, School of Aeronautics, Xi'an 710072, China
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Published online: 7 September 2015
As one of the most important parameters in mental cutting, cutting speed has a significant influence on residual stress. Finite element method and experiment method are used to study the relationship between cutting speed and residual stress when orthogonal cutting TC4 titanium alloy. The result of simulation and experiment shows that: when the cutting speed is low, the residual stress in axial direction is compressive stress and gradually converts to tensile stress with the increase of cutting speed, but it will convert to compressive stress again if the cutting speed continues to increase; the residual stress in tangential direction is constant to compressive stress and it will decrease with the increase of cutting speed.
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