Authors: Wöste, Forian
Kimm, Janis
Bergmann, Jim A.
Theisen, Werner
Wiederkehr, Petra
Title: Investigation of the effect of residual stresses in the subsurface on process forces for consecutive orthogonal cuts
Language (ISO): en
Abstract: The quality and surface integrity of machined parts is influenced by residual stresses in the subsurface resulting from cutting operations. These stress characteristics can not only affect functional properties such as fatigue life, but also the process forces during machining. Especially for orthogonal cutting as an appropriate experimental analogy setup for machining operations like milling, different undeformed chip thicknesses cause specific residual stress formations in the subsurface area. In this work, the process-related depth profile of the residual stress in AISI 4140 was investigated and correlated to the resulting cutting forces. Furthermore, an analysis of the microstructure of the cut material was performed, using additional characterization techniques such as electron backscatter diffraction and nanoindentation to account for subsurface alterations. On this basis, the influence of process-related stress profiles on the process forces for consecutive orthogonal cutting strategies is evaluated and compared to the results of a numerical model. The insights obtained provide a basis for future investigations on, e. g., empirical modeling of process forces including the influence of process-specific characteristics such as residual stress.
Subject Headings: Machining
Surface integrity
Residual stress
Process forces
Finite element method (FEM)
Subject Headings (RSWK): Materialbearbeitung
Issue Date: 2021-05-22
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