Studying the Effect of un Coated and Multilayer Coated Tools on Cutting Temperature in Turning Operation
Engineering and Technology Journal,
2022, Volume 40, Issue 6, Pages 66-75
AbstractThe present work studies three variables (cutting velocity, feed rate, and cut depth) on hard turning cutting temperature of uncoated and multilayer-coated carbide (TiN, TiN/TiCN, TiN /Al2O3/ TiCN) inserts are used in AISI 1045 alloy steel. The tool's temperature was measured simultaneously, measuring the temperature of the tool-chip interface using infrared radiation (IR) pyrometer in this investigation. This study investigated the performance of four distinct coated and uncoated PVD and CVD tools during turning operations. Four cutting speeds (56, 88, 112, 141) m/min, four feed rates (0.065, 0.08, 0.16, 0.228) mm/rev., in the experiments, a constant cutting depth of (1) mm was used. The results also show that Coarse cutting tools have a lower tool temperature than uncoated ones. In comparison to uncoated and other coated tools, the three-layer (TiN/ Al2O3/ TiCN) coating is especially effective in a range of (32% to 39%) than uncoated inserts at various cutting velocity and constant feed rates, with varying feed rates and consistent cutting velocity and lower by approximately( 34% to 40%) than uncoated inserts.
- The effect cutting velocity, feed rate, and cut depth on the hard turning cutting temperature of uncoated and carbide was investigated.
- Coated cutting tools have a lower tool temperature than uncoated ones compared to uncoated ones.
- The cutting velocity influences the tool temperature rise during the cutting process.
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