Effect of cutting parameters on surface roughness and Tool wear for turning of AISI H13 die steel
Keywords:RSM, Tool wear, feed rate , depth of cut
Manufacturers of modern industries required higher production rate with required surface finish value and
low tool wear so that the cost of manufacturing can be minimized combination with the reduced manufacturing time.
Current research work utilizes response surface methodology (RSM) for modeling to predict surface roughness and tool
wear for variety of cutting conditions in finish hard turning. In this paper hard turning of AISI H13 steel with coated
carbide tools have been done at different cutting conditions. From the experimental data obtained it concluded that the
coated carbide tools more economical and Surface roughness increases with increase in cutting speed and it decreases
with decrease in feed rate.Tool wear increase with increase in feed rate as well as depth of cut.