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上田, 隆司 ; 佐藤, 昌彦 ; 金田, 泰幸 ; 杉田, 忠彰
出版情報: 精密工学会誌 = Journal of the Japan Society of Precision Engineering.  60  pp.383-387,  1994-01-01.  精密工学会 = The Japan Society for Precision Engineering
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2297/38764
概要: A temperature at the tip of a conical cutting tool is measured immediately after micro chip forming using an infrared radiation pyrometer with an optical fiber. The fundamental structure of this pyrometer is that the infrared flux radiated from the tip of the conical cutting tool after cutting is accepted and transmitted to an infrared detector InSb by an optical fiber. The measurement accurancy when applying the pyrometer to the experiment is investigated theoretically. The temperature at the tip of the conical tool at various cooling times after cutting is measured using this pyrometer. A carbon steel and a tungsten are used as workpieces. A cooling characteristic of the tool is analyzed by heat transfer theory. Applying the theoretical results to the experimental results, the temperature of the tip of the conical tool just after cutting is estimated to be 1500°C for carbon steel and 2400°C for tungsten; 1500°C is almost equal to the melting point of carbon steel. 続きを見る
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上田, 隆司 ; 佐藤, 昌彦 ; 杉田, 忠彰
出版情報: 精密工学会誌 = Journal of the Japan Society of Precision Engineering.  62  pp.120-124,  1996-01-01.  精密工学会 = The Japan Society for Precision Engineering
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2297/38765
概要: The influence of cutting speed, and thermal properties of the work material and the tool material on the thermal partition coefficient is investigated theoretically and experimentally. The temperature at the top of a conical tool is measured immediately after micro chip forming using an infrared radiation pyrometer with an optical fiber. A carbon steel, a titanium, a molybdenum and a tungsten are used as work materials, and a silicon nitride Si3N4, a zirconia ZrO2 and a diamond are used as tool materials. The cutting temperature increases in proportion to the 1/2 power of cutting speed and saturates to the melting point of work material. The fraction of heat conducted into the cutting tool is independent on the cutting speed, and it becomes larger as the thermal conductivity of workpiece is smaller or that of tool material is larger. In the diamond tool which has the highest thermal conductivity, its thermal partition coefficient is the highest, but the tool tip temperature is the lowest. 続きを見る