publication . Article . 2014

Modelling the cutting forces in micro-end-milling using a hybrid approach

Jing, Xiubing; Li, Huaizhong; Wang, Jun; Tian, Yanling;
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  • Published: 27 May 2014 Journal: The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, volume 73, pages 1,647-1,656 (issn: 0268-3768, eissn: 1433-3015, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
  • Country: United Kingdom
This paper presents the development of a cutting force model for the micro-end-milling processes under various cutting conditions using a hybrid approach. Firstly, a finite element (FE) model of orthogonal micro-cutting with a round cutting edge is developed for medium-carbon steel. A number of finite element analyses (FEA) are performed at different uncut chip thicknesses and velocities. Based on the FEA results, the cutting force coefficients are extracted through a nonlinear algorithm to establish a relationship with the uncut chip thickness and cutting speed. Then, the cutting force coefficients are integrated into a mechanistic cutting force model, which ca...
free text keywords: Control and Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Software, Computer Science Applications, Rake angle, Finite element method, Cutting force, Machining, Engineering, business.industry, business, End milling, Nonlinear algorithms, Chip, Structural engineering, Surface micromachining, TJ
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