Impact Of Surface Finish Through Applied Cutting Forces In Turning Operation- An Experimental Study

Document Type : Primary Research paper

Authors

Associate professor, Department of Mechanical engineering,K.S.R.M. College of engineering (Autonomous), kadapa, Andhra padesh-516003.

Abstract

This experimentation reports the meaning of impact of speed, feed and depth of cut on cutting force and surface roughness while working with apparatus made of artistic with an Al2O3+TiC lattice and the work material of AISI 1050 steel. Tests were directed utilizing John ford TC35 Industrial kind of CNC machine. Taguchi technique (L27 plan with 3 levels and 3 elements) was utilized for the trials. Experimentation of change with changed methodology has been received. The outcomes have shown that it is feed rate which has critical impact both on cutting force just as surface unpleasantness. Profundity of cut affects cutting force, however affects surface roughness. The communication of feed and profundity of cut and the connection of all the three cutting boundaries have critical impact on cutting force, while, none of the collaboration impacts are having huge effect on the surface unpleasantness delivered. In the event that force utilization minimization is to be accomplished for the most ideal surface completion, the most suggested blend of feed rate and depth of cut is likewise decided.

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