Effect of Rake Angles on Tool During Orthogonal Metal Cutting Process For Different Materials Through Ansys

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Volume-44 Number-3
Year of Publication : 2017
Authors : Ritesh Patidar, Dr. Suman Sharma
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V44P229


Ritesh Patidar, Dr. Suman Sharma "Effect of Rake Angles on Tool During Orthogonal Metal Cutting Process For Different Materials Through Ansys ", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V44(3),141-145 February 2017. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group

the process of orthogonal metal cutting is analyzed using the Academic FEA package ANSYS/Explicit 14.5. The focus of the results presented in this paper, effect on tool by different rake angles and depth of cuts in orthogonal metal cutting process. A number of finite element simulations have been done with the ANSYS/Explicit Dynamics 14.5 to initiate the stress variations on tool during orthogonal metal cutting process. A tool rake angle varying from 20?, 25°, 30? and a friction coefficient is constant 0.4 mm and constant cutting speed 2.54 m/s with depths of cut are 0.05, 0.1, 0.15 mm has been considered in the simulations. The results of these simulations provide insight how stresses are influenced by rake angle and depth of cuts.


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ANSYS, explicit dynamics, FEA, Materials, Tool life.