Study of Chip Reduction Coefficient in Boring Operation Using Metal Laminates at the Tool- Holder Interface
Internal machining processes, such as boring operation are challenged by inherent tool vibrations. These vibrations can be damped to considerable extent employing suitable arrangement to dissipate part of strain energy. The present research has used a set of metal laminates at the tool and tool holder interface. The arrangement which promotes frictional energy dissipation has resulted in improvement of machinability, measured in terms of Chip reduction Coefficient.