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On the Measurement and Prediction of Temperature Fields in Machining AISI 1-45 Steel

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Author(s)

Matthew A. Davies, Q Cao, A L. Cooke, Robert W. Ivester

Abstract

Infrared microscopic measurements of the temperature fields at the tool-chip interface in steady-state, orthogonal, machining of AISI 1045 steel are presented for a range of chip thicknesses. The measurements are verified using an energy balance method and simple finite-difference calculations (see [14]. These results are compared to the predictions of a finite-element calculation using ABAQUS ? for three different models of the material obtained from the literature. Results are highly dependent on the material model and friction behavior, indicating that caution be used when      finite element analysis is to predict rather than interpret machining temperatures.
Citation
Annals of CIRP
Volume
52 (1)

Keywords

finite-element method, measurement, temperature

Citation

Davies, M. , Cao, Q. , Cooke, A. and Ivester, R. (2003), On the Measurement and Prediction of Temperature Fields in Machining AISI 1-45 Steel, Annals of CIRP (Accessed June 22, 2024)

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Created July 1, 2003, Updated February 19, 2017