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Author Çakır, Orhan ♦ Altan, Erhan
Source CiteSeerX
Content type Text
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword High Manganese Steel ♦ Hot Machining ♦ Hot Machining High Manganese Steel ♦ Hot Machining Method ♦ Tool Wear ♦ New Approach ♦ Wear Resistance ♦ Cost-effective Production ♦ Feed Rate ♦ Mechanical Property ♦ Tool Life ♦ Scientific Data ♦ Cutting Force ♦ High Strength ♦ Conventional Machining ♦ Workpiece Material ♦ Machining Method ♦ Low Thermal Conductivity ♦ Many Advantage ♦ Difficult-to-cut Material ♦ Review Study Aim ♦ Surface Roughness
Abstract High manganese steels are called as difficult-to-cut materials because of its mechanical properties such as high strength, toughness, wear resistance and low thermal conductivity. Moreover workhardening property of these materials adversely affects the machinability of high manganese steels. Therefore new approach has been developed to machine these types of materials and the machining method is named as “hot machining”. The workpiece material is preheated or heated during machining operation in hot machining method and it was reported that many advantages have been observed like longer tool life, better surface finish and cost-effective production. In this study, firstly high manganese steels are briefly introduced and the application of hot machining method is extensively examined in the case of high manganese steels. The effects of machining parameters (cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut) on tool wear, surface roughness and cutting forces are examined and comparisons of hot machining and conventional machining are carried out. The review study aims of providing scientific data for hot machining of high manganese steels.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study