OPEN ENGINEERING, vol.7, no.1, pp.330-342, 2017 (ESCI)
Article / Review
Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Scopus
Machinability, Cutting Parameters, Nickel Based, Superalloy, Tool Wear, Surface Integrity, NICKEL-BASED SUPERALLOY, TOOL WEAR MECHANISMS, INCONEL 718, SURFACE INTEGRITY, RESIDUAL-STRESSES, CERAMIC TOOLS, MACHINING PARAMETERS, MILLING TOOLS, NOSE RADIUS, UDIMET 720
Anadolu University Affiliated:
Nickel based superalloys offer high strength, corrosion resistance, thermal stability and superb thermal fatigue properties. However, they have been one of the most difficult materials to machine due to these properties. Although we are witnessing improved machining strategies with the developing machining, tooling and inspection technologies, machining of nickel based superalloys is still a challenging task due to in-process strains and post process part quality demands.