Residual stresses after machining processes on nickel-based super alloys is of great interest to industry in controlling surface integrity of the manufactured critical structural components. Therefore, this work is concerned with machining induced residual stresses and predictions with 3-D Finite Element (FE) based simulations for nickel-based alloy IN718. The main methods of measuring residual stresses including diffraction techniques have been reviewed. The prediction of machining induced stresses using 3-D FE simulations and comparison of experimentally measured residual stresses for machining of IN718 have been investigated. The influence of material flow stress and friction parameters employed in FE simulations on the machining induced stress predictions have been also explored. The results indicate that the stress predictions have significant variations with respect to the FE simulation model and these variations can be captured and the resultant surface integrity can be better represented in an interval. Therefore, predicted residual stresses at each depth location are given in an interval with an average and standard deviation.

(2014). On the machining induced residual stresses in IN718 nickel-based alloy: Experiments and predictions with finite element simulation [journal article - articolo]. In SIMULATION MODELLING PRACTICE AND THEORY. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10446/238511

On the machining induced residual stresses in IN718 nickel-based alloy: Experiments and predictions with finite element simulation

Cappellini, Cristian;
2014-01-01

Abstract

Residual stresses after machining processes on nickel-based super alloys is of great interest to industry in controlling surface integrity of the manufactured critical structural components. Therefore, this work is concerned with machining induced residual stresses and predictions with 3-D Finite Element (FE) based simulations for nickel-based alloy IN718. The main methods of measuring residual stresses including diffraction techniques have been reviewed. The prediction of machining induced stresses using 3-D FE simulations and comparison of experimentally measured residual stresses for machining of IN718 have been investigated. The influence of material flow stress and friction parameters employed in FE simulations on the machining induced stress predictions have been also explored. The results indicate that the stress predictions have significant variations with respect to the FE simulation model and these variations can be captured and the resultant surface integrity can be better represented in an interval. Therefore, predicted residual stresses at each depth location are given in an interval with an average and standard deviation.
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2014
Arrazola, P. J.; Kortabarria, A.; Madariaga, A.; Esnaola, J. A.; Fernandez, E.; Cappellini, Cristian; Ulutan, D.; Özel, T.
(2014). On the machining induced residual stresses in IN718 nickel-based alloy: Experiments and predictions with finite element simulation [journal article - articolo]. In SIMULATION MODELLING PRACTICE AND THEORY. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10446/238511
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