Paper Key : IRJ************860
Author: Shailesh Kumar Dewangan,Manoj Garewal,Amit Vishvakrama
Date Published: 03 May 2023
Due to their exceptional characteristics, AISI 1020 tool steel are suitable for die and mould making applications. Due to their high hardness and low elastic modulus, which result in significant cutting forces and tool wear, these alloys are challenging to process. In turning AISI 1020 steel with coated and uncoated carbide inserts, this paper describes an optimisation strategy for surface roughness and cutting force using Taguchi design of experiment. Cutting velocity, feed, and depth of cut, three turning process controllable parameters, were each examined at four levels. The trials were carried out using an L16 Orthogonal array. Using Taguchi's parameter design, the best parameter settings to reduce cutting force and surface roughness have been discovered. The outcomes of the experiments show that the ideal factor settings for every response. Therefore. All of the performance factors are taken into account simultaneously when optimising the process parameters. The most significant turning parameters were determined using the analysis of variance technique.
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