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An experiment-based investigation on the partitioned distribution of cutting heat and cutting temperature in micro cutting

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Author(s)
Sawangsri, Worapong; Cheng, Kai
Publisher
9th International Conference on MicroManufacturing (ICOMM 2014)
Citation
ICOMM 2014 No. 114
Date
Mar 25, 2014
Subject(s)
cutting temperature; micro cutting; diamond turning; partitioned heat distribution
Abstract
This paper presents the scientific understanding of cutting temperature and partitioned heat distribution in micro cutting based on experimental-based investigation on micro cutting titanium (Ti-6al-4v), Aluminium (Al 6082-T6) and silicon. It is found the conductive heat partitions at the tool/tool tip - workpiece are 8/8.5 : 1 and 14/16: 1 in cutting aluminium and silicon respectively and 350/460 : 1.4 : 1 (tool/tool tip - chip - workpiece) in cutting titanium.
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