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Modeling of Depth/Width of Cut for Abrasive Water Jet Milling of Titanium
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 Title & Authors
Modeling of Depth/Width of Cut for Abrasive Water Jet Milling of Titanium
Park, Seung Sub; Kim, Hwa Young; Ahn, Jung Hwan;
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 Abstract
Because of the increasing tool cost for cutting hard-to-cut materials, abrasive water jet (AWJ) milling recently has been regarded as a potential alternative machining method. However, it is difficult to control the depth and width of cut in AWJ milling because they vary depending on many AWJ cutting parameters. On 27 conditions within a limited range of pressure, feed rate, and abrasive flow rate, AWJ cutting was conducted on titanium, and depth profiles were measured with a laser sensor. From the depth profile data, depth and width of cut were acquired at each condition. The relationships between depth and parameters and between width and parameters were derived through regression analysis. The former can provide proper cutting conditions and the latter the proper pick feed necessary to generate a milled surface. It is verified that pressure mostly affects depth, whereas abrasive flow rate mostly affects width.
 Keywords
Abrasive water jet (AWJ);AWJ milling;Depth profile;Depth/width of cut;Regression analysis;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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