ASM Handbook: Volume 16: Machining by Joseph R. Davis PDF

By Joseph R. Davis

Are you searching for more suitable productiveness and potency? Get exact descriptions of particular machining and grinding approaches, guidance for correct choice of slicing instrument fabrics and slicing fluids, and proposals during this quantity, which gains 1,300 illustrations and 620 tables.

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And various end cutting edge angles is shown in Fig. 9. Numerical tables of the theoretical roughness produced by milling and turning tools as a function of the feed, end cutting edge angle, and side cutting edge angle are provided in Ref 5. Table 6 gives the arithmetic roughness average, Ra, and the maximum peak-to-valley roughness height, Ry, for turning and milling. 0) Fig. 7 Theoretical surface roughness for a face milling cutter containing teeth with a zero nose radius. Source: Ref 5 Fig.

Surface Roughness Produced in Manufacturing Processes. The predominant method of producing engineering surfaces is by a machining process, although some finished surfaces result from primary techniques such as casting, extruding, or forging. Each surface-producing method has a characteristic surface roughness range, some of which are shown in Fig. 5. The finer finishes are generally produced by machining techniques. Traditional machining techniques include chip removal processes (such as turning, milling, and reaming) and abrasive processes (such as grinding, polishing, buffing, and superfinishing).

Experimental results have shown that the material is elastically deformed at distances sufficiently far from the tool tip. As the material approaches the tool, the compressive stresses will begin to plastically deform the workpiece material as shown in Fig. 2. Behind the tool tip, the stresses will be tensile. Fig. 2 Stresses in the workpiece The distance of the elastic-plastic boundary from the tool tip will depend on tooling parameters, cutting parameters, and workpiece material properties. In particular, the amount of prior strain hardening and the ability of the workpiece material to work harden will alter the magnitude of the stresses in the workpiece and will affect the placement of the elastic-plastic boundary.

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