MODELING OF CUTTING TOOLS WEAR FOR LATHES

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20998/2078-7405.2020.93.15

Keywords:

wear, contact stress, cutting edge, cutting temperature, , adhesive wear, the adequacy of the models.

Abstract

A mathematical model to estimate the average number of parts, processing which is possible to achieve the criterion of maximum allowable wear on the back of the cutter heavy lathe, and the maximum allowable amount of tool material, removed from the front surface of the tool. Experimental equipment for measuring tool wear has been developed. Insert wear curves derived from industrial test results. Confirmation of the adequacy of the models of the instrument gives a possibility of their adjustment to the basic criteria of their dullness.

Author Biographies

Galyna Klymenko, Donbass State Engineering Academy, Kramatorsk

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Automation Industrial Processes, DSEA (Donbass State Engineering Academy), Kramatorsk, Ukraine

Yana Vasylchenko, Donbass State Engineering Academy, Kramatorsk

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of Department of computerized mechatronic systems, tools and technologies, Donbass State Еngineering academy, Kramatorsk, Ukraine

Vladislav Kvashnin, Donbass State Engineering Academy, Kramatorsk

Post graduate student, Department of Automation Industrial Processes, DSEA (Donbass State Engineering Academy), Kramatorsk, Ukraine

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Published

2020-12-31

Issue

Section

Mechanical processing of materials, the theory of cutting materials, mathematical and computer simulation of machining p