TITLE

Measurement of the temperature distribution at the tool-chip interface by using a cutting tool with seven pairs of built-in micro Cu/Ni thermocouples

AUTHOR(S)
Shinozuka, Jun; JAHARADAK, Habibah Binti
PUB. DATE
May 2015
SOURCE
Advanced Materials Research;2015, Vol. 806, p586
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Knowing temperatures at the tool-chip interface is extremely important to optimize the machining condition and to improve the machining performance, furthermore to design high performance materials. In order to grasp the temperature distribution at the tool-chip interface, this study has devised an indexable insert with seven pairs of built-in micro Cu/Ni thermocouples on the rake face near the cutting edge. This paper shows the performance of the indexable insert with built-in micro thermocouples developed. The thickness of each element of the micro thermocouple is approximately 15 µm. The result of unsteady heat conduction analysis employing FEM shows that the temperature difference by installing the micro thermocouples is less than 10 K or 1.2 %. The temperature measurement experiments by cutting of aluminum alloy were carried out by changing the cutting speed. The results provided the evidence that the temperature distribution at the tool-chip interface can be grasped with the indexable insert with built-in micro thermocouples developed.
ACCESSION #
110788107

 

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