A state-of-the-art review on tool wear and surface integrity characteristics in machining of superalloys

Sarıkaya, Murat and Gupta, Munish Kumar and Tomaz, Italo and Pimenov, Danil Yu and Kuntoğlu, Mustafa and Khanna, Navneet and Yıldırım, Çağrı Vakkas and Krolczyk, Grzegorz M. (2021) A state-of-the-art review on tool wear and surface integrity characteristics in machining of superalloys. CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology, 35. pp. 624-658. ISSN 1755-5817

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Today, superalloys (also known as hard-to-cut materials) such as nickel, titanium and cobalt based cover a wide range of areas in engineering applications. At the same time, challenging material properties namely high strength and low thermal conductivity cause low quality in terms of cutting tool life and surface integrity of the machined part. It is important to improve the machinability of this type of materials by applying various methods in the perspective of sustainability. Therefore, current study presents surface integrity, tool wear characteristics and initiatives to improve them during the machining of superalloys. In this manner, it is outlined the surface integrity characteristics containing surface defects, surface roughness, microstructure alterations and mechanical properties. Also, tool wear mechanisms for example abrasive, adhesive, oxidation, diffusion and plastic deformation are investigated in the light of literature review. Finally, possible improvement options for tool wear and surface integrity depend on machining parameters, tool modifications, cooling methods and trade-off strategies are highlighted. The paper can be a guide for the researchers and manufacturers in the area of sustainable machining of hard-to-cut materials as explaining the latest trends and requirements.

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Additional Information: Funding Information: The authors would like to thanks “ Polısh Natıonal Agency For Academıc Exchange (NAWA) No. PPN/ULM/2020/1/00121 ” and National Science Centre (NCN) Project No. UMO-2020/37/K/ST8/02795 for financial supports. The research was also supported by the Regional Operational Programme for the Opole Voivodeship financed by the Structural Funds of the European Union and the State budget of Poland , RPOP.01.01.00-16-0015/17 . Publisher Copyright: © 2021 CIRP
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Date Deposited: 19 Oct 2022 23:11
Last Modified: 14 Aug 2023 16:05
URI: http://repository-testing.wit.ie/id/eprint/4568

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