Parametric optimisation of CNC turning with RSM
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What is it about?
In the present manufacturing scenario, quality and quantity are two challenging aspects to be looked upon. Quality is important according to customer point of view, whereas quantity is required for the industry to maximise profit earnings. For the sustainability of machining industry, there should be an optimised path which should be followed to satisfy not only the aspect of higher material removal rate (MRR) but also to achieve lower surface roughness (Ra) simultaneously. MRR and Ra are inversely related machining characteristics and in case of non-ferrous materials these mainly depends upon input variables like: cutting speed, feed and depth of cut.
Why is it important?
The paper discusses an experimental study on Al-7020 alloy turned with un-coated carbide tip tool with a ‘CNC TL-250 turner’ that has a wide application in aerospace, machine tools and automobiles sector. It focuses more on software-based approach for implementing RSM on machining parameters, in contrast of conventional methods.
The following have contributed to this page: Bikram Jit Singh and Dr Bikram Jit Singh