Přejít k obsahu


Tribology in cutting process and comparison between "PIN-on-DISC" and cutting test

Citace: [] HÁJEK, J., KŘÍŽ, A. Tribology in cutting process and comparison between "PIN-on-DISC" and cutting test. In AITC-AIT 2006. Parma: Universita Degli Studi Di Parma, 2006. s. 1-7. ISBN: 88-902333-0-3
Druh: STAŤ VE SBORNÍKU
Jazyk publikace: cze
Anglický název: TRIBOLOGY IN CUTTING PROCESS AND COMPARISON BETWEEN "PIN-ON-DISC" AND CUTTING TEST
Rok vydání: 2006
Místo konání: Parma
Název zdroje: Universita Degli Studi Di Parma
Autoři: Jiří Hájek , Antonín Kříž
Abstrakt CZ: Cutting of material is a typical tribological process, which includes friction, wear and lubrication. To raise the productivity of cutting process it is necessary to guarantee that the tribological factors are correct. Recently, there has been a tendency to approximate the laboratory test to cutting conditions. The best approximation seems to be the tribological analysis "PIN-on-DISC" although it has some negatives. The advantage of "PIN-on-DISC" is first of all possibility to set several parameters, which are consistent to conditions in cutting process. In the model wear tests, the flank face of an original indexible insert was pressed against the flat surface of a rotating disc. The direction of the relative motion was opposite to the direction of cutting. In our experiment was "PIN-on-DISC" test modified to simulate more conditions corresponding with cutting. Nevertheless, there were couple of parameters, which differ in several points.
Abstrakt EN: Cutting of material is a typical tribological process, which includes friction, wear and lubrication. To raise the productivity of cutting process it is necessary to guarantee that the tribological factors are correct. Recently, there has been a tendency to approximate the laboratory test to cutting conditions. The best approximation seems to be the tribological analysis "PIN-on-DISC" although it has some negatives. The advantage of "PIN-on-DISC" is first of all possibility to set several parameters, which are consistent to conditions in cutting process. In the model wear tests, the flank face of an original indexible insert was pressed against the flat surface of a rotating disc. The direction of the relative motion was opposite to the direction of cutting. In our experiment was "PIN-on-DISC" test modified to simulate more conditions corresponding with cutting. Nevertheless, there were couple of parameters, which differ in several points.
Klíčová slova

Zpět

Patička