IJMTES – EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF MACHINABILITY ON AISI 4142 AND AISI 4043 IN TURNING

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Senthilkumar M | Umar Ahamed P | Madesh R  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 07 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 128-132

Abstract – This paper presents an experimental investigation on machining parameters of AISI 4142 and AISI 4043 Steel. An attributes of work materials are extensively depends on the conditions of machining parameters. It was done by using design of experiments in the response surface methodology. Tests are conducted by varying the input cutting parameters like cutting speed (x1), feed (x2), and depth of cut (x3). Based on experimental work, the output factors are surface roughness, time take and power consumption to be measured. Optimization of cutting parameters is lead to good result and also for economical aspect. The optimized results are identified from the development of regression equation by using Mini TAB software. AISI4043 exhibits better results are achieved over AISI 4142 from the experiment interaction plots are developed each parameter in the machining work Mechanical Engineering, Sri Guru Institute Of Technology,Coimbatore,India.    

Keywords— productivity, layout, manpower 

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