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Estimation of distribution of moving heat source during milling of AISIH13 by inverse heat conduction method
 
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Mechanical Engineering Department, Arak University of Technology, Arak, Iran
Online publish date: 2019-10-15
Publish date: 2019-10-15
Submission date: 2018-10-03
Acceptance date: 2019-06-26
 
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 2019;57(4):1081–1093
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This study presents an inverse heat transfer method to estimate the time history of a local heat flow into the work-piece during milling of AISIH13 with considering a 3D thermal model. Temperatures are measured using thermocouples within the work-piece providing input data for the inverse solver. The conjugate gradient method is used as an inverse solver to predict the local time dependent heat flow distribution on the cutting surfaces as well as the temperature distribution in the work-piece. A moving point heat source and a moving plane heat source with different heat source velocity is considered to investigate their influence on the estimated heat flow. Results indicate a good agreement between the experimental and estimated data with an average root mean square error less than 0.2◦C. It can be observed that the heat flow distribution is a function of heat source geometry, cutting speed and feed rate, but the temperature distribution is a weak function of geometry of the moving heat source. Changes of temperature with depth are studied. This study suggests that the developed inverse model can be successfully applied for estimating the heat flow and thermal field in the work-piece during milling.
 
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