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Milling Al520-MMC reinforced with SiC particles and additive elements Bi and Sn

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Sougavabar, Mahmoud Alipour, Niknam, Seyed Ali, Davoodi, Behnam et Songmene, Victor. 2022. « Milling Al520-MMC reinforced with SiC particles and additive elements Bi and Sn ». Materials, vol. 15, nº 4.

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Abstract

In recent years and due to advanced fabrication techniques of composites, many of these functional materials have been brought to the forefront with more benefits. Amongst composites, special attention has been paid to metal matrix composites (MMCs). Reinforced aluminum MMCs with nanoparticles are among the new MMCs with a wide range of industry applications. The combination of aluminum as a soft, lightweight, and low-strength material with silicon carbide (SiC), bismuth (Bi), and tin (Sn) particles, which are hard and high-strength materials, may lead to the generation of high-strength and lightweight material, which can be classified as difficult to cut material. According to literature, limited studies have been reported on the effects of various reinforcing elements on the machinability of Al-MMC, in principle tool wear morphology and size and surface quality. According to statistical analysis, the effect of cutting parameters and reinforcing particles on the surface quality attributes is not statistically significant. In contrast, the effect of cutting parameters and reinforcing particles on the tool flank wear is significant and reliable. In addition, it is observed that the reinforcing particles and cutting speed have the most significant effects, and the lubrication mode has a minor impact on the tool flank wear.

Item Type: Peer reviewed article published in a journal
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Songmene, Victor
Affiliation: Génie mécanique
Date Deposited: 07 Mar 2022 18:51
Last Modified: 10 Mar 2022 19:06
URI: https://espace2.etsmtl.ca/id/eprint/24064

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