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Metals Machining—Recent Advances in Experimental and Modeling of the Cutting Process

Abstract : Metal machining involves severe loading in the cutting zone. Work-material behavior, cutting tool characteristics, cutting conditions, and configuration all have effects on cutting process performance, machined part quality, and cutting cost. In the last few years, serval studies have been conducted to understand the physical phenomena that occur when metal-based materials are machined. However, a great deal remains unclear because newly developed, high-performance metals are not being controlled for machinability (excessive wear, built-up edge formation, surface integrity degradation, chip fragmentation difficulty, etc.). For instance, the mechanisms of microstructure evolution of machining metals having complex microstructures are not clearly explained (e.g., is there recrystallization or not?). Thus, the area of study of cutting phenomena in metal machining remains open. The present Special Issue focuses on the machining of metal-based materials. It covers broad topics such as metal machinability, work-material behavior effect, tool wear, surface integrity, effects of cutting conditions, and cutting process optimization
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Badis Haddag. Metals Machining—Recent Advances in Experimental and Modeling of the Cutting Process. Metals, MDPI, 2018, 8 (12), pp.1053. ⟨10.3390/met8121053⟩. ⟨hal-03237506⟩



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