Investigation of the Effect on Surface Roughness of Cryogenic Process Applied to Cutting Tool

Furgan BAYRAKTAR and Fuat KARA,
Volume 7: Issue 2, July 2020, pp 19-27

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Fuat KARA2 
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2Associate Professor, Düzce University Düzce / Turkey.

1Master Student, Düzce University Düzce / Turkey.

Research Article -- Peer Reviewed
Published online – 30 July 2020

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Cite this article – Furgan BAYRAKTAR and Fuat KARA, “Investigation of the Effect on Surface Roughness of Cryogenic Process Applied to Cutting Tool”, International Journal of Analytical, Experimental and Finite Element Analysis, RAME Publishers, vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 19-27, July 2020.

As the cryogenic treatment is the most harmless mechanical healing process in terms of both environmentally friendly and human health, its usage is increasing day by day. In this study, the effect of deep cryogenic process applied on cutting tool material on surface roughness parameters will be investigated. In this context, Sleipner cold work tool steel will be used as workpiece material and PVD (physical vapour decomposition) coated carbide tools will be used as cutting tool. Cutting tool material will be deep cryogenic at -180 °C. A total of 36 cutting tests will be performed for two different cutting tools (untreated, treated) in three different cutting speeds (40, 60, 80 m/min) and three different feed rates (0.04, 0.06, 0.08 mm/rev) combinations. In this study, Taguchi analysis was applied to experimental data. However, analysis of variance, linear and multiple regression analysis were performed. As a result, the effect of the cryogenic process applied to the cutting tool material was examined both experimentally and statistically.
Index Terms:-
Cryogenic process, sleipner, surface roughness, carbide tool
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