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S04 - Analysis of Machinability on Micro and Macro Scale

S04 - Machining

A key question of this project concerns the scaling effects between micro- and conventional machining. Due to the targeted application of micro machining and conventional machining, the samples are analyzed on different scales. Starting with a definition and calibration of the methodology as well as the process and measurement parameters for the evaluation of micro and macro samples, correlations between the descriptors are studied. In subproject S04, among others classic criteria for machinability, such as cutting forces and surface quality, are used as descriptors. Both for the conventional and micro machining additional information will be gathered by the evaluation of acoustic emission measurements. To ensure further transferability, the transition region between conventional and micro cutting will be analyzed. By mapping the descriptors to the mechanical material properties, high-throughput methods will be bridged to practice-oriented evaluation of the developed materials.

Publications

Beinhauer, A.; Vetter, K.; Heinzel, C.; Riemer, O.; Freiße, H.: Influence of the alloy composition on acoustic emission signals in discontinuous micro turning. In: Proceedings of the 19th euspen International Conference & Exhibition, Bilbao, Spain (2019), S. 402–403.

Arne Beinhauer, Carsten Heinzel, Oltmann Riemer. Mirkozerspanuntersuchungen zur Korrelation von Zerspanbarkeitskennwerten mit Werkstoffkennwerten. Fachbeitraäge 8. Kolloquium Mikroproduktion, Bremen, 27.-28. November 2017, Hrsg.: F. Vollertsen, C. Hopmann, V. Schulze, J. Wulfsberg, BIAS Verlag (2017) [Link zum PDF]

Arne Beinhauer, Carsten Heinzel, Oltmann Riemer. Determination of material properties by evaluation of machinability in multi-scale precision turning. Proceedings of the 17th international conference of the european society for precision engineering and nanotechnology, May 29th – 2nd June 2017, Hannover, Germany, pp 130 – 131, reviewed [Link zum PDF [PDF] (243 KB)]