Analysis of Growth of Average Flank Wear During Turning of En31 Steel by Using Coated Inserts Under Dry and Wet Environments

Dr. Sandeep M. Salodkar

This study examines the growth of average flank wear in millimeters during the turning of En31 steel using coated inserts under both dry and wet cutting conditions. The research aims to analyze the performance of these inserts regarding flank wear progression and to investigate the influence of cutting environments on wear development. A variety of coated inserts are employed, and average flank wear is closely monitored throughout the machining process. Additionally, the study explores the effects of cutting parameters such as cutting speed, feed rate, and depth of cut on flank wear progression. The results highlight distinct wear patterns and rates associated with different coated inserts and cutting conditions. Furthermore, the research provides insights into analysis of average flank wear to enhance machining efficiency and cost-effectiveness when turning En31 steel.

Volume 11 | Issue 1

Pages: 534-538