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Numerical Simulation and Comparison of Carbide and HSS Tool Wear Rate while Drilling with Difficult to Cut Super Alloy Titanium Based on Archard Model

( Vol-5,Issue-10,October 2018 ) OPEN ACCESS
Author(s):

Rahul D. Shelke, Shaikh Ateshamoddin Rafiuddin

Keywords:

Finite Element Analysis, Titanium Drilling, Archardˊs Model, Wear Rate, Carbide and HSS Tool.

Abstract:

A Carbide and HSS tool wear rate simulation using Archardˊs wear model is proposed, finite element modelling is done using commercial finite element software ABAQUS/explicit. ABAQUS interface was used to simulate the contact pressure. For measuring wear depth of tool’s, drilling operation is performed experimentally then wear depth is measured on profilprojecter. Comparing the wear rate, based on Archad model. Result model shows that at 2000 rpm, 0.15 mm/rev feed rate and 45 mm drilling length Carbide tool is suited but at 3000 rpm, 0.20 mm/rev feed rate, 45 mm drilling length and 4000 rpm, 0.25 mm/rev feed rate, 55 mm drilling length HSS tool is suited because of lower wear rate than Carbide tool.

ijaers doi crossref DOI:

10.22161/ijaers.5.10.4

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