Simulation of Physical and Mechanical Properties to Increase the Strength of the Cutting Ceramics

 
 
 
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    According to studies [1], cutting tools with plates made of cutting ceramics alloyed with carbide-forming elements have higher heat resistance than standard plates made of cutting ceramics in the delivery stage, since their properties do not meet the requirements. Cutting ceramics with the addition of a nickel alloying element to its main standard fraction has a low heat resistance. With the addition of the manganese alloying element, heat resistance and corrosion resistance and wear resistance of cutting tools equipped with cutting ceramics are reduced. The main alloying element is chromium, which, depending on its quantity, indicates increased or high heat resistance in cutting ceramics.

     

     


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    Creep, Strength, Resistance, Temperature, Plate, Cutting Ceramics, Hardness, Heat Resistance, Impact Strength, Phase, Intergranular Corrosion, Carbide, Diffusion, Corrosion Resistance, Stabilizing Heat Treatment, Fluidity, Magnetic Permeability, Ductility

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      [1] Mesikin V.S. Osnovy legirovaniya stali [Basics of steel alloying]. Moscow. Metallurgy Publ., 1964. 684 p.

      [2] Puchkin V.N., Kornienko V.G., Litvinov A.E. Skhirtladze A.G. Fiziko-himicheskoe issledovanie rezhushchej keramiki pri mekhanicheskoj obrabotke trudnoobrabatyvaemyh stalej na stankah s CHPU [Physico-chemical study of cutting ceramics during machining of hard-to-machining steels on CNC machines]. Krasnodar, KubGTU Publ., 2016.

      [3] Roger Timings. Connections in designs and cutting tools. ISBN: 5-94120-051-X. 2004.


 

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Article ID: 27760
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.38.27760




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