Optimization of Machiining Parameters in Turning Operation of Aluminium Alloy for Surface Temperature IJTSRD
The adjustment in properties of any metal relies on temperature rise during the machining operations. Temperature rise change with various parameters, for example, cutting speed, feed, depth of cut. It has been uncovered that a great deal of endeavors have been done in various turning. However, a little work has been done in turning for temperature rise. The work is performed for better machining operation which can be utilized for quality control of machining parts. This will help to concerned R and D analysts or mechanical specialists by providing database.First pilot experiments were done on the work piece using random values and then from those pilot experiments the suitable values of these parameters were selected. On the basis of observations from the pilot experiments four values of Spindle speed 59,118,165,220, four values of feed .12, .14, .16, .18 and four values of Depth of cut .8, 1, 1.2, 1.4 were chosen. L16 orthogonal array performed using these values.It is concluded that for Temperature to be minimum Cutting speed has to be at high level 4, Feed has to be at low level 1 & D.O.C has to be at level 2.
Abhishek Kumar | Mr. Deepak Gaur”Optimization of Machiining Parameters in Turning Operation of Aluminium Alloy for Surface Temperature”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017,
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