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Optimization of Drill Bit Temperature by Response Surface Methodology (RSM)

Author(s):

Priyanka Gangber , BHILAI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DURG; Shailendra Sahu, BHILAI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DURG; Shatendra K Sahu, BHILAI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DURG; Santosh K Mishra, BHILAI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DURG

Keywords:

Drilling Process, Response Surface Methodology (RSM), Temperature Analysis, Cutting Parameter

Abstract

During the drilling process large amount of heat is generated. This heat affects the tool life and the behaviour of work piece material. This heat can be controlled by proper cutting parameters. In this work the effect of cutting parameters on the temperature generated during conventional drilling process is investigated using the MINITAB -17 Software. The objective of this work is to study the influence of cutting parameters (feed, cutting speed and tool type) on drill bit temperature. For this work a base paper by Ramazan & Adem [15] is selected. The optimum values of parameters for particular condition are determined. The feed rate is found to be the most affecting parameter on the drill bit temperature. The result of the work is validated by calculation and the graphical representation with the help of MINITAB17 software. The result obtained by RSM method is compared with the result obtained by Taguchi’s method and the values are approximately similar.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I50247
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/08/2016
Page(s): 811-815

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