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Machinability assessment of Ti-6Al-4V for aerospace applications

Polishetty, Ashwin, Manoharan, Vignesh, Littlefair, Guy and Sonavane, Chinmay 2013, Machinability assessment of Ti-6Al-4V for aerospace applications, in ASME District F-ECTC 2013 : Proceedings of the ASME District F- Early Career technical conference, ASME, New York, N. Y., pp. 53-58.

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Title Machinability assessment of Ti-6Al-4V for aerospace applications
Author(s) Polishetty, AshwinORCID iD for Polishetty, Ashwin orcid.org/0000-0002-8572-6024
Manoharan, Vignesh
Littlefair, Guy
Sonavane, Chinmay
Conference name ASME District F- Early Career. Technical Conference (13th : 2013 : Birmingham, Alabama)
Conference location Birmingham, Alabama
Conference dates 2 - 3 Nov. 2013
Title of proceedings ASME District F-ECTC 2013 : Proceedings of the ASME District F- Early Career technical conference
Editor(s) Durbetaki, Pandeli
Donnell, Jeffrey
Publication date 2013
Conference series ASME District F- Early Career Technical Conference
Start page 53
End page 58
Total pages 6
Publisher ASME
Place of publication New York, N. Y.
Keyword(s) machinability
Ti-6Al-4V
aerospace applications
Summary Titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V is the most commonly used titanium alloy in the aerospace and biomedical industries due to its superior material properties. An experimental investigation has been carried out to evaluate the machinability of high performance aerospace alloys (Ti-6Al-4V) to determine their in service performance characteristics based on different machining strategies. Nearly 80-90% of the titanium used in airframes is Ti-6Al-4V. The experimental design consist of face milling Ti-6Al-4V at 12 different combinations of cutting parameters consisting of Depth Of Cut (DoC)- 1, 2 and 3 mm; speeds- 60 and 100 m/min; coolant on/off and at constant feed rate of 0.04mm/tooth. Post machining analysis consists of cutting force measurement, surface texture analysis and metallographic analysis. The future work consists of in-depth investigation into the phase transformational reactions during machining.
Notes Vol. 12
ISBN 9781467591690
Language eng
Field of Research 091399 Mechanical Engineering not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 869999 Manufacturing not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2013, ASME
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30062776

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