Many industries and academic centers are looking for alternatives to improve the manufacturing quality, performance of the tool, optimum cutting conditions and cost reduction that help for better understanding of the metal cutting process. One of these alternatives is the Finite element method. The inelastic-plastic finite element method is established in this learning to examine the influence of the tool rake angle on the cutting force, chip contour, total energy and stress developed in machined work piece during the precision orthogonal turning process of elastomer. The results specify that an increase in the tool rake angle evidences to reduction in the cutting force established, smoother chip contour and a decrease in the total energy of the turning process under different cutting speeds.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences|
|Publication status||Published - 01-05-2017|
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