Evaluation of Cutting Force for Orthogonal Cutting Using Experimental Technique for AISI304

Authors

  • Jayeshbhai C. Patel P.G. Student, Mechanical Engineering Dept., A.I.T.S, Rajkot, India
  • J.B.Kanani Asst. Professor, Mechanical Engineering Dept., A.I.T.S, Rajkot, India

Keywords:

Ernst and merchant; Lee and Schaffer and Doutzensberg C.S; Shear angle; thrust force

Abstract

Metal cutting is one of the most widely used manufacturing processes in an industry and there is great deal of
studies to investigate the metal cutting process in both academic and industrial work. The objective of analyzing the metal
cutting process is to tooling cost. Prediction of important process parameter using experimental investigation such as forces,
stress distribution, temperature, etc. plays significant role for designing tool geometry and optimizing cutting conditions t o
improve productivity. We cannot find out the forces with analytical model exactly to experimentally measured cutting forces
Here our aim of these researches is to choose the analytical model which will give best result for AISI304 material .By using
1) Ernst and merchant. 2) Lee and Schaffer and 3) Dautzenberg C.S model theoretically and comparing with each with
experimental data. Experiments are carried out for different cutting condition. Also reason for this is found out and behavior
of shear angle is studied for different cutting condition.

Published

2015-05-25

How to Cite

Jayeshbhai C. Patel, & J.B.Kanani. (2015). Evaluation of Cutting Force for Orthogonal Cutting Using Experimental Technique for AISI304. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 2(5), 823–829. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/1101