Estimation of Growth of Average Flank Wear During Turning of E0300 Alloy Steel by Using Various Inserts Under Dry and Wet Conditions

Dr. Sandeep M. Salodkar

Tool wear estimation is paramount for analyzing the machining processes. This research delves into the growth of average flank wear during the turning of E0300 alloy steel employing diverse inserts under both dry and wet cutting environments. The study utilizes CNMG120404EM6630; CNMG120408EM6630; CCMT09T308PM4225 and DNMX150608WM1525 inserts to evaluate their performance. Average flank wear progression is meticulously monitored through regular measurements. The impact of cutting conditions, particularly dry and wet environments, on wear development is scrutinized. Results unveil distinct wear patterns and rates associated with different insert materials and cutting conditions. Moreover, the influence of cutting parameters such as cutting speed, feed rate, and depth of cut on wear progression is analyzed. This study provides valuable insights into analysis of average flank wear for efficient machining of E0300 alloy steel, thereby enhancing productivity; and cost-effectiveness in manufacturing processes.

Volume 11 | Issue 11

Pages: 464-468