Prediction of residual stresses in roller burnished components : a finite element approach
Prasad, K Eshwara, Nahavandi, Saeid, Mohammed, Manzoor H. and Aditya, V. N. 2006, Prediction of residual stresses in roller burnished components : a finite element approach, International journal of applied engineering research, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 153-163.
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Surface finish is an important factor in creating the durable metal components, and fatigue strength can be improved if compressive residual stresses are produced in the surface. Burnishing is a finishing process and compressive residual stresses are induced during the process. The present study of minimizing the surface roughness based on the experimental work, and finite element model was developed to evaluate the analytical results. Commercial purity Mild Steel and Aluminium were selected as work specimens and a high carbon high chromium roller was used as a tool for the burnishing process.
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