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Volume 6, issue 2
Mech. Sci., 6, 89-94, 2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/ms-6-89-2015
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Special issue: Selected papers of the 31st International Manufacturing Conference...

Mech. Sci., 6, 89-94, 2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/ms-6-89-2015
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Research article 10 Jul 2015

Research article | 10 Jul 2015

Analytical model of temperature distribution in metal cutting based on Potential Theory

F. Klocke, M. Brockmann, S. Gierlings, and D. Veselovac F. Klocke et al.
  • Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), Aachen, Germany

Abstract. Temperature fields evolving during metal cutting processes have also been of major interest. Temperatures in the tool influence the wear behaviour and hence costs, temperatures in the work-piece are directly responsible for later product quality. Due to the high significance of temperatures, many modelling attempts for temperature fields have been conducted, however failed to deliver satisfying results. The present paper describes a novel analytical model using complex functions based on potential theory. Relevant heat sources in metal cutting as well as changing material constants are considered. The model was validated by an orthogonal cutting process and different real machining processes.

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Temperature fields evolving during metal cutting processes have been of major interest. Temperatures in the tool influence the wear behaviour and hence costs, temperatures in the work-piece are directly responsible for later product quality. Due to the high significance of temperatures, many modelling attempts for temperature fields have been conducted, however failed to deliver satisfying results. The present paper describes an analytical model using complex functions based on potential theory.
Temperature fields evolving during metal cutting processes have been of major interest....
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