A physical-based constitutive model for surface integrity prediction in machining of OFHC copper
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Due to the rising interest in predicting machined surface integrity and sustainability, various models for metal cutting simulation have been developed. However, their accuracy depends deeply on the physical description of the machining process. This study aims to develop an orthogonal cutting model for surface integrity prediction, which includes a physical-based constitutive model of Oxygen Free High Conductivity (OFHC) copper. This constitutive model incorporates the effects of the state of stress and microstructure on the work material behavior, as well as a dislocation density-based model for surface integrity prediction. The coefficients of the constitutive model were identified through a hybrid experimental/numerical approach, consisting in mechanical tests, numerical simulations and an optimization-based algorithm. The orthogonal cutting model was simulated by FEM, using ALE formulation, and was validated by comparing predicted and measured results, including residual stresses, dislocation density and grain size. The model is then used to analyze the influence of the cutting parameters and cutting geometry on surface integrity, and its results are compared to those obtained by the Johnson-Cook model.
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