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Volume 224, 2019IV International Conference “Modeling of Nonlinear Processes and Systems” (MNPS-2019)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Mechanical Engineering and Material Sciences|
|Published online||09 December 2019|
Effects of Milling Parameters on Distribution of Residual Stress During the Milling of Curved Thin-Walled Parts
College of Mechanical Engineering, University of Shanghai for Science & Technology, CN-200093, Shanghai, China
b Shanghai Space Propulsion Technology Research Institute, CN-201109, Shanghai, China
c College of Mechanical Engineering, Donghua University, CN-201620, Shanghai, China
d Moscow State Technological University “STANKIN”, Department of Cutting Tools and Forming Technologies, RU-127055, Moscow, Russia
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Published online: 9 December 2019
With the increasing application of curved thin-walled parts, the evaluation and control of curved surface residual stress in milling are becoming increasingly demanding. However, effects of milling parameters on distribution of residual stress remains a major challenge in the present aerospace research areas. In this paper, , impacts of milling parameters on curved surface residual stress have been investigated in a series of residual stress experiments and simulations. It is found that the residual stress can be lowered by increasing milling speed and tool radius within a reasonable range. The superposition of curved surface residual stress under two machining conditions have been analyzed using the milling simulation model. It has been found that the curved surface residual stress induced by the subsequent cutting will be superimposed on the curved surface residual stress induced by the previous cutting and that the superposition rates of residual stress induced by up milling are larger than down milling.
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