alexa Abstract | Optimization of Machining Parameters for Turning Different Alloy Steel Using CNC - Review
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Alloy Steel has a wide variety of applications in different industries. The Challenge of modern machining industries is mainly focused on achieving high quality, in term of part/component accuracy, surface finish, high production rate and increase the product life with lesser environmental impact. It is necessary to change and improve existing technology and develop product with reasonably priced. So, it is necessary control the process parameter in any manufacturing process. The typical controllable machining parameters for the CNC lathe machines are speed, feed, depth of cut, tool geometry, cutting environment, tool material, work material, etc. which affect desired output like material removal rate, surface roughness, power consumption, tool wear, vibration etc. Optimization of machining parameters and also need to determine which parameters are most significant for required output. One of the technique widely used for optimization of machining parameters is Taguchi and ANOVA approach help to determine which parameters are most significant.

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Author(s): Mihir T. Patel , Vivek A. Deshpande


Alloy steel, ANOVA, MRR, optimization, Review, Surface Roughness, Structural Steel,Stainless Steel,Steel Industry

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