Mechanistic cutting force model including the stress state induced by the chip flow contribution for cylindrical turning on Ti6Al4V alloy with two different nose radii
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Force modelling is a major research topic in machining. Several approaches are used to face with the different needs. Mechanistic models appear to be an easier and rapid way for computing cutting forces; nevertheless they may suffer from accuracy and physically meaning. This article is presenting an advanced mechanistic cutting force model for turning on Ti6Al4V alloy. It considers the effect of the chip flow direction on cutting forces. The proposed model is compared to a basic one and demonstrates its ability to predict more accurately the feed force and the penetration force, which are usually difficult to evaluate.
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