High-pressure water-jet-assisted machining of Ti555-3 titanium alloy: investigation of tool wear mechanisms
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The main objective of this study is to investigate uncoated tungsten carbide tool wear mechanisms for high-pressure waterjet machining of the Ti555-3 titanium alloy. A comparative study has been undertaken (i.e. conventional versus assisted machining) based on numerous experimental tests. These tests have been accompanied by the measurement of the cutting forces and flank wear. It is concluded that the high-pressure water-jet assistance can greatly increase tool life compared to conventional machining, for all cutting conditions. The gain in tool life depends on the severity of the cutting condition. The analyses performed for each test (i.e. SEM, EDS and 3D profilometer) made it possible to monitor the tool wear and to investigate the main wear mechanisms. Based on these analyses, adhesion wear appears to be the most influential mechanism and it is accelerated by an increase in water-jet pressure. Monitoring of the wear profile made it possible to study the evolution of crater wear and material chipping during machining.
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