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Paper Title :
Effect Of Strontium On Surface Roughness And Chip Morphology When Turning Al-Si Cast Alloy Using Carbide Tool Insert

Author :Mohsen Marani Barzani, Ahmed A.D Sarhan, Saeed Farahany, Ramesh Singh

Article Citation :Mohsen Marani Barzani ,Ahmed A.D Sarhan ,Saeed Farahany ,Ramesh Singh , (2015 ) " Effect Of Strontium On Surface Roughness And Chip Morphology When Turning Al-Si Cast Alloy Using Carbide Tool Insert " , International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE) , pp. 36-39, Volume-3,Issue-6

Abstract : Surface roughness and chip morphology are important output in manufacturing product. In this paper, an experimental investigation was conducted to determine the effects of various cutting speeds and feed rates on surface roughness and chip morphology in turning the Al-Si cast alloy and Sr-containing. Experimental trials carried out using coated carbide inserts. Experiments accomplished under oblique dry cutting when various cutting speeds 70, 130 and 250 m/min and feed rates of 0.05, 0.1 and 0.15 mm/rev were used, whereas depth of cut kept constant at 0.05 mm. The results showed that Sr-containing Al-Si alloy have poor surface roughness in comparison to Al-Si alloy (base alloy). The surface roughness values reduce with cutting speed increment from 70 to 250 m/min. the size of chip changed with changing silicon shape in Al matrix. Also, the surface finish deteriorated with increase in feed rate from 0.5 mm/rev to 0.15 mm/rev. Keywords—turning, surface roughness, chip morphology, strontium

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-3,Issue-6


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