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Title: Modeling and optimization of temperature in end milling operations
Authors: Baralić J.
Duc̈ić N.
Mitrović A.
Kovac P.
Lučić M.
Journal: Thermal Science
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2019
Abstract: © 2019 Society of Thermal Engineers of Serbia. Milling is one of the most important and most complex cutting machining processes. During the milling process, the cross-section of the chip is variable. Also, all milling operations are interrupted processes. The cutting edge of the mill tooth periodically enters and exits from the contact with the workpiece, which leads to periodic heating and cooling during the machining. This periodic change of temperature significantly affects the process of tool wear and therefore the quality of the machined surface. This paper aims at modeling and optimizing the parameters of the machining prosess to achieve the minimum temperature. In order to perform optimization, it was necessary to perform temperature measurements for the various parameters of the machining process. An infrared camera was used for the temperature measurement. Then, based on the measured values, the mathematical modeling of the temperature was performed depending on the cutting speed, the feed rate and the depth of cut. This model is then optimized using two different optimization techniques.
Type: Article
DOI: 10.2298/TSCI190328244B
ISSN: 03549836
SCOPUS: 85083267809
Appears in Collections:University Library, Kragujevac
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