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標題: 切削參數對車削球塞之加工效能之影響分析
Analysis on effects of cutting parameters to cutting performance for ball valve shell turning
作者: 洪珠霖
Hung, Chu-Lin
關鍵字: Turning;車削;Ball valve;Taguchi method;球塞;田口法
出版社: 機械工程學系所
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This research is to analyze the effects of cutting parameters to cutting performance for ball valve shell turning. The cutting parameters are feed rate, depth of cut and cutting speed. The cutting performance is the measurements of surface roughness and material removal rate.

According to basic cutting principles, the influences of each parameter on cutting performance are analyzed. The arrangement of experimental parameters is then established using experienced parametric data. Through the design and verification of Taguchi method, the individual effects and interactive effects between parameters on machining performance are evaluated.

From the ANOVA Taguchi method for analyzing the results of the experiments, the effects of cutting parameters on machining performance show that feed rate has the most effects, depth of cut ranks next , and cutting speed has the least effect under a fixed feed rate. While increasing depth of cut, cutting force increases such that surface roughness worsens. At a feed rate with optimal surface roughness, although the cutting speed is increased to raise the material removal rate, the surface roughness can still remain in a good condition. Furthermore, tool wear is added as an influence parameter for cutting in this research, our experiment shows that an increase of tool wear worsens surface roughness.
其他識別: U0005-0602200914140100
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