Examination of the influence of cutting conditions on nanometric face milling using MD models

Karkalos, N. E.; Markopoulos, A. P. ✉

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    Machining is indispensable in the manufacturing sector for a wide variety of products. In the last years, the field of micro- and nano-scale manufacturing attracted a lot of interest, especially in high-end industries such as the biomedical and electronics industries. In order to improve the efficiency of these processes and understand the various underlying phenomena, it is important to develop relevant theoretical models. However, methods such as the Finite Element Method (FEM), which are well-established in the macro- or micro-scale level are not appropriate for creating models of nano-scale processes, as they treat the materials as continua. For that reason, the Molecular Dynamics (MD) method is usually used for simulations of nano-metric machining processes such as nano-milling. In the present study, a MD model of nano-milling is created and an investigation regarding the effect of cutting conditions such as feed rate and cutting speed on cutting forces, temperature and subsurface damage is conducted.
    Hivatkozás stílusok: IEEEACMAPAChicagoHarvardCSLMásolásNyomtatás
    2023-01-27 06:30