02.2020.413.421

FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF HEAT FLOW AND TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION INSIDE CUTTING TOOL

Author(s):
Suhair G. Hussein & Mohammad Qasim Abdullah

Affiliation(s):
Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Baghdad, Iraq

*Corresponding Author Email: suhair.g.hussein@coeng.uobaghdad.edu.iq

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Turning stands for a significant machining procedure in which a single-point cutting tool eliminates material from the surface of a rotating cylindrical work piece and the studying of cutting temperature is important because the high temperature lead to reduce tool life. The goal of the current research article is to create a FEM simulation model in order to obtain numerical solutions for temperature distribution occurred at different regions through cemented carbide cutting tool insert. Temperature at tool-chip interface is determined by using empirical relation, it considered as boundary conditions in one side of insert. Finite element method was used as a numerical solution to calculate the temperature distribution at was given boundary conditions that specified. CUMSOLT simulation show the contour of temperature distribution in cutting tool insert.