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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 7, July 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



An Experimental Study On Drill Vibration, Thrust Force And Surface Roughness In Drilling Of SCF/Carbon Fibre Composite

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AUTHOR(S)

B. Amar Babu, V. Pandurangadu

 

KEYWORDS

SCF/C Composites, Drill vibration, surface roughness, Thrust Force, Optimization

 

ABSTRACT

In the present work, SCF/carbon composite was prepared with a commercially available vinylester, methyl ethyl ketone peroxide (catalyst) and cobalt napthenate (accelerator). The prepared composite is aimed to use in aircraft application. The composite is treated to improve the characteristics of SCF/Carbon. Drilling characteristics were studied for both treated and untreated composites. As per Taguchi orthogonal array of L8, eight experiments were conducted on the composites and machining characteristics like thrust force, surface roughness and amplitude of drill vibration were measured. Interaction effect of parameter on the machine characteristics was studied using response surface methodology. Analysis of variance was also used to identify significant parameters for the three machining characteristics. A multi response optimization technique was used to optimise parameters for minimization of thrust force, surface roughness and amplitude of drill vibration.

 

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