Autor(s) .Grochala,
Autor(s) Berczyński, Stefan
Autor(s) Grządziel, Zenon
Date of issue 2014
ISSN 0268-3768 pl_PL
Abstract This paper presents the effects of modeling the stress in the burnished layer of a complex spatial surface that was previously milled. A spatial kinematicgeometric model of the surface structure after milling is used. This paper presents the results of a numerical experiment on the synergic influence of the technological milling and burnishing parameters responsible for the final state of the geometric structure of a surface on the post-machining stress in the surface layer. The stress in the surface layer plays an important role because it is frequently responsible for the development of cracks, corrosion, and cavitation (in the surface area of injection aluminum molds, press tools, and core cutters). A proper understanding of the mechanisms responsible for the origin and development of residual stress will be conducive to the improvement of functional properties and longer tool life.
Title Stress in the surface layer of objects burnished after milling
Type Journal Article en_US