Optimization of Milling Parameters of Aluminium Alloy 7075 for Face Milling Using Finite Element Method

  • Harshal Ratnakar Ghan
  • Dr.Netra Pal Singh

Abstract

The effect of Spindle Speed, Feed rate, and Depth of cut on the Surface Roughness of Al-7075 alloy during face milling is the subject of this study [1]. To examine the machining attributes of Al-7075 amalgam, eight exploratory runs dependent on a L9 symmetrical cluster of Finite Element strategy are utilized. [2]. the optimization of processing parameters improves not only the processing economy, but in addition the item quality to a huge degree. The 7000 series aluminium alloy Al 7075 can be used in a large number of applications [3]. The thinness and hardness of grade 7075 are highly valued by both manufacturers and end users. With the use of experimental design techniques, this article analyses and compares the contribution of cutting parameters, such as MMR and MT, to quality characteristics [4]. Using Explicit Dynamics Analysis, the authors present a FEM model for face milling of AISI 7075. This model will simulate the formation of chips during the process. The consequences of dynamic motion, the constitutive harm law, and touch friction are all considered. [5].

Keywords: Aluminium 7075 alloys; CNC; machining time; Finite Element Method; Material Remov-al Rate (MRR); surface roughness

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Ghan, H. R., & Singh, D. P. (2021). Optimization of Milling Parameters of Aluminium Alloy 7075 for Face Milling Using Finite Element Method. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (AJCT) ISSN -2350-1146, 7(2), 74-80. https://doi.org/10.33130/AJCT.2021v07i02.016