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Jan-Eric Ståhl

Jan-Eric Ståhl

Professor

Jan-Eric Ståhl

Polar machinability diagrams - a model to predict the machinability of a work material

Author

  • Jan-Eric Ståhl
  • Mats Andersson

Summary, in English

The article presents a newly developed model for the description and classification of machinability, based on comparison with a reference material. The model illustrates critical machinability properties in a polar diagram with 5 axes and poles. Each axis represents a behaviour or property, i.e. abrasiveness or hardness. The total machinability profile of a work material can then be outlined by grading the 5 different machinability properties. The polar diagram can be correlated to the corresponding tool properties and the cutting data suitable for the material and the process.

Department/s

  • Production and Materials Engineering

Publishing year

2007

Language

English

Document type

Conference paper

Topic

  • Materials Engineering

Keywords

  • Work materials
  • Machinability
  • Metal Cutting

Conference name

Swedish Production Symposium 2007

Conference date

2007-08-28 - 2007-08-30

Conference place

Göteborg, Sweden

Status

Unpublished