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An enhanced analytical model for residual stress prediction in machining I. Lazoglu a,
 

Summary: An enhanced analytical model for residual stress prediction in machining
I. Lazoglu a,
*, D. Ulutan b
, B.E. Alaca a
, S. Engin c
, B. Kaftanoglu (1)d
a
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey
b
Ford Otosan Motor Company, Gebze Research Center, TUBITAK MAM, Kocaeli, Turkey
c
Pratt & Whitney Canada Corporation, Department of Manufacturing Technology Development, Quebec, Canada
d
Department of Mechnical Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Inonu Bulvari, 16531 Ankara, Turkey
1. Introduction
The major goal of this work is to develop a fast, accurate and an
enhanced model for the predictions of the residual stresses on
parts after machining processes. The predictions of residual
stresses left on the part as a function of cutting conditions are
critical to improve the fatigue life, fracture behavior, corrosion

  

Source: Alaca, B. Erdem - Department of Mechanical Engineering, Koc University

 

Collections: Engineering