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《Journal of Suzhou Vocational University》 2006-03
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An experimental study on temperature in high-speed milling titanium Alloy

ZHANG Yi - ping (Suzhou Vocational University, Suzhou 215104, China)  
Due to low thermal conductivity and high chemical reactivity with cutting tool materials during machining titanium alloys with high temperature, the tool wear is severe. Therefore, increase of cutting speed is limited. Milling temperature affects not only tool wear and durability, but also the machined precision and surface quality. The main factors, which have effect on milling temperature, are milling parameters, cooling conditions and tool wear. The paper focuses on experimental study of temperature in high - speed milling titanium alloy. The experimental results show that milling temperature rises severely with increasing milling speed. The increase of the temperature become smaller when the cutting speed v 200m/min. The milling temperature decreases and tool life lengthens with coolants. Meanwhile, it is affected highly by tool wear and increases markedly with severe tool wear.
【Fund】: 江苏省教育厅自然科学研究项目(05KJD460198)。
【CateGory Index】: TG54
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