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Effects of lubricant condition and tool wear in hard turning of novel-abrasion-resistance (N-AR) cast iron

Zhou, Jinming LU and Andersson, Mats LU (2007) In Materials and Manufacturing Processes 22(7-8). p.865-870
Abstract
Advanced materials, such as high abrasion resistant cast iron, have great applications for abrasive and erosive environments. Since the amount and the hardness of the microstructural carbides constituents in this material is extremely high, the abrasion-resistance cast iron is generally difficult to be machined with traditional cemented carbide tool. The hard and abrasive particles in this material can remarkably shorten the cutting tool life through abrasion of tool face and deterioration of cutting edge. In this article, Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) cutting tool has been used to machine a novel-abrasion-resistance (N-AR) cast iron. The performances of CBN tool under different lubrication conditions were evaluated in view of tool wear,... (More)
Advanced materials, such as high abrasion resistant cast iron, have great applications for abrasive and erosive environments. Since the amount and the hardness of the microstructural carbides constituents in this material is extremely high, the abrasion-resistance cast iron is generally difficult to be machined with traditional cemented carbide tool. The hard and abrasive particles in this material can remarkably shorten the cutting tool life through abrasion of tool face and deterioration of cutting edge. In this article, Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) cutting tool has been used to machine a novel-abrasion-resistance (N-AR) cast iron. The performances of CBN tool under different lubrication conditions were evaluated in view of tool wear, cutting force, and surface roughness (Rz). Further more, the wear rate of CBN tool under different machining condition and the mechanism of the CBN tool in machining of this type of work materials has also been investigated. (Less)
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abrasion, cutting, CBN, wear, lubricant
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Materials and Manufacturing Processes
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22
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7-8
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865 - 870
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Taylor & Francis
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1042-6914
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10.1080/10426910701448925
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  abstract     = {Advanced materials, such as high abrasion resistant cast iron, have great applications for abrasive and erosive environments. Since the amount and the hardness of the microstructural carbides constituents in this material is extremely high, the abrasion-resistance cast iron is generally difficult to be machined with traditional cemented carbide tool. The hard and abrasive particles in this material can remarkably shorten the cutting tool life through abrasion of tool face and deterioration of cutting edge. In this article, Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) cutting tool has been used to machine a novel-abrasion-resistance (N-AR) cast iron. The performances of CBN tool under different lubrication conditions were evaluated in view of tool wear, cutting force, and surface roughness (Rz). Further more, the wear rate of CBN tool under different machining condition and the mechanism of the CBN tool in machining of this type of work materials has also been investigated.},
  author       = {Zhou, Jinming and Andersson, Mats},
  issn         = {1042-6914},
  keyword      = {abrasion,cutting,CBN,wear,lubricant},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {7-8},
  pages        = {865--870},
  publisher    = {Taylor & Francis},
  series       = {Materials and Manufacturing Processes},
  title        = {Effects of lubricant condition and tool wear in hard turning of novel-abrasion-resistance (N-AR) cast iron},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10426910701448925},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2007},
}