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A Review on the Effect of Process Parameters on Different Output Parameters During Machining of Several Materials.

Journal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.3, No. 3)

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Page : 1499-1508

Keywords : Machinability; Tool wear; Surface roughness; Hardness; Chip Shape. `;

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It is important to view machining, as well as all manufacturing operations, as a system consisting of the workpiece, the tool and the machine. Machinability is the relative susceptibility of a material to the machining process. The ease with which a metal can be machined is one of the principle factors affecting a product's utility, quality cost. The usefulness of a means to predict machinability is obvious. Depending on the application, machinability may be seen in terms of tool wear rate, surface roughness, hardness, chip shape and several other benchmarks. In this paper an attempt has been made to consolidate some of the aspects of output parameters during machining of different materials.

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