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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ROLLER BURNISHING PROCESS ON AL 6061 MATERIAL USING RSM

Author(s):

YATIN V. PATEL , LDRP - ITR, GANDHINAGAR; Prof. KIRAN PATEL, LDRP - ITR, GANDHINAGAR

Keywords:

Roller Burnishig, Surface Finish, Turning, RSM.

Abstract

Burnishing is a cold working process in which plastic deformation occurs by applying a pressure through a very hard and smooth ball or roller on metallic surfaces. It is a finishing and strengthening process. Improvements in surface finish and surface hardness is major concern in industries for achieving competitive advantage. Roller burnishing is a cold working process which produces a fine surface finish by the planetary rotation of hardened roils over a bored or turned metal surface.[1] The quality of burnishing machined parts is significantly affected by various parameters used in the process. The aim of present work is to study the four important process parameters of the roller burnishing process such as burnishing speed, feed, burnishing force and number of passes are consider. Their influence on surface roughness of the test specimens are study. The response surface methodology is applied for design of experiments. Response Surface method is used to examine the relationship between one or more response variables and a set of quantitative experimental variables or factors. These methods are often employed after identified the important controllable factors and to find the factor selection that optimizes the response.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV2I3613
Published in: Volume : 2, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2014
Page(s): 1102-1104

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