Residual Stresses in Machining of AISI 52100 Steel under Dry and Cryogenic Conditions: A Brief Summary
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Residual stress is one of the most important surface integrity parameter that can significantly affect the service performance of a mechanical component, such as: contact fatigue, corrosion resistance and part distortion. For this reason the mechanical state of both the machined surface and subsurface needs to be investigated. Residual stress induced by dry and cryogenic machining of hardened AISI 52100 steel was determined by using the X-ray diffraction technique. The objective was to evaluate the influence of the tool cutting edge geometry, workpiece hardness, cutting speed, microstructural changes and cooling conditions on the distribution of the residual stresses in the machined surface layers. The results are analysed in function of the thermal and mechanical phenomena generated during machining and their consequences on the white layer formation.
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