Adiabatic shear banding and scaling laws in chip formation with application to cutting of Ti-6Al-4V Articles uri icon

publication date

  • noviembre 2013

start page

  • 2331

end page

  • 2359

issue

  • 11

volume

  • 61

international standard serial number (ISSN)

  • 0022-5096

electronic international standard serial number (EISSN)

  • 1873-4782

abstract

  • The phenomenon of adiabatic shear banding is analyzed theoretically in the context of metal cutting. The mechanisms of material weakening that are accounted for are (i) thermal softening and (ii) material failure related to a critical value of the accumulated plastic strain. Orthogonal cutting is viewed as a unique configuration where adiabatic shear bands can be experimentally produced under well controlled loading conditions by individually tuning the cutting speed, the feed (uncut chip thickness) and the tool geometry. The role of cutting conditions on adiabatic shear banding and chip serration is investigated by combining finite element calculations and analytical modeling. This leads to the characterization and classification of different regimes of shear banding and the determination of scaling laws which involve dimensionless parameters representative of thermal and inertia effects. The analysis gives new insights into the physical aspects of plastic flow instability in chip formation ...

keywords

  • adiabatic shear banding; metal cutting ; numerical and analytical modeling; scaling laws; convective effects