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Monitoring of flank wear and damage in high-speed end milling inclined surfaces of hardened steel AISI D6

By Yanier Sánchez-Hechavarría, Maritza Mariño-Cala, Luis Ángel Brito-Sauvanell and Frank Sanabria-Macias


Cutting tool condition monitoring system in the industry is mainly used to detect tool wear, breakage and chatter on the tool. In this paper, tool wear with two inclination surfaces angles was investigated in end milling inclined surface using cutting force signals. This study is focused in the time domain radial force amplitude analysis and Root Mean Square (RMS) values for tool wear monitoring in milling process. The RMS value of the radial cutting force is increased with the flank wear and inclination angle increases. The analysis of the RMS values of the radial cutting force can be effectively used for the tool wear progression monitoring during milling operations. It was confirmed that in end milling inclined surface the predominant mechanism of damage is adhesive–abrasive

Topics: fresado, superficies inclinadas, monitoreo, desgaste, mecanismos de desgaste, fuerza de corte., Mining engineering. Metallurgy, TN1-997, Geology, QE1-996.5, Mineralogy, QE351-399.2
Publisher: High Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (ISMM)
Year: 2017
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