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Gziut Olga (Lublin University of Technology, Poland), Kuczmaszewski Józef (Lublin University of Technology, Poland), Zagórski Ireneusz (Lublin University of Technology, Poland)
Surface Quality Assessment Following High Performance Cutting of AZ91HP Magnesium Alloy
Management and Production Engineering Review, 2015, vol. 6, nr 1, s. 4-9, rys., wykr., bibliogr. 15 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Inżynieria materiałowa, Materiałoznawstwo, Proces produkcji, Ocena jakości
Materials engineering, Materials science, Production process, Quality assessment
summ., Financial support of Structural Funds in the Operational Programme - Innovative Economy (IE OP) financed from the European Regional Development Fund, Nr POIG.01.01.02-00-015/08-00 is gratefully acknowledged.
The article presents test results of surface roughness after AZ91HP magnesium alloy machining with variable technological parameters (vc, fz, ap) as well as tool geometry (γ= 5° and γ = 30°). Two carbide end mills were applied during the tests. Roughness analysis was conveyed at the end face (Ra, Rq, RzDIN, Rt, Ry, RSm) and lateral face (Ra, Rz, RSm) of the tested sample. A decrease of roughness parameters (for increasing vc) as well as an increase (with growing fz) was observed in the lateral face tests. Similar interrelations were noticed for end face of the sample. Lower roughness parameters values were recorded for tool rake angle equal to γ = 5°. (original abstract)
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