INVESTIGATION OF MACROSCOPIC RESIDUAL STRESSES DISTRIBUTION AFTER PROGRESSIVE MACHINING OF TOOL STEELS

Abstract

HSC (High Speed Cutting) and EDM (Electro Discharge Machining) belong to the progressive and harsh machining operations. They differ markedly in the manner of material removal and, consequently, in the process of a final surface formation. While HSC represents the so called chip machining, EDM embodies a utilization of controlled thermal material reduction. With respect to the usage of these technologies, tool steels K110 and W300 were chosen for the experiments. Samples made from both the materials were primarily subjected to either HSC or EDM and residual stresses were investigated by means of X-ray diffraction, Barkhausen noise, hole-drilling, and layer removal methods.

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