Power demand calculations in turning of aluminum alloy
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Minimizing the power demand through machining of aluminum alloy can significantly develop the environmental performance of manufacturing systems. To accomplish this, calculation of power demand in turning processes is necessary. This paper presents the calculation of power demand based on cutting force and material removal rate, taking case study on machining of Al-11%Si alloy at various cutting speeds and feeds. The results showed that both approaches can calculate power demand with similar results. The power demand for the particular turning process was found to be proportional to feed and cutting speed. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
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