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The Influence of Material Models on Finite Element Simulation of Machining

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Jing Shi, C. Richard Liu

Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, North Dakota University, Fargo, ND 58105

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 126(4), 849-857 (Feb 04, 2005) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1813473 History: Online February 04, 2005
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Effective stress-strain curves at an average strain rate of 3300 s−1 using four different material models 33
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Predicted cutting forces
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Measured cutting forces
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Predicted chips and equivalent stress distributions at t=0.004 s
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Optical microscopy picture of formed chip in actual cutting
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Predicted temperature distributions at t=0.004 s
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Residual stress distributions: (a) normal stress in tangential direction σ1r, (b) normal stress in thrust direction σ2r, and (c) shear stress τ12r
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Procedure of future research

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