Investigation of powers over the Operating Factors on Surface Quality measure of Maximum Height of the Profile, in WEDM of 12X18H10T - Stainless Steel
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 2490-2499
AbstractThe stipulate for high regularity in complex profiled hard to cut materials are recently augmenting by personalizing design modifications in the high competitive market, new product geometries, etc. Wire cut Electrical Discharge Machining is kind of unconventional machining process generally employed for meeting such requirements. The materials which withstand its mechanical properties even it exposed to extremely high temperature are preferred for aerospace. An austenitic alloy 12X18H10T - Stainless Steel is such kind of material which utilized in aerospace at elevated temperature. This study aims to examine minimize the Maximum Height of the Profile on WEDM of 12X18H10T - Stainless Steel and establish a mathematical model to predict the response in by means of input parameters. This investigation utilized the Taguchi L9 experiential Design with factors of Pulse off Time, Wire Tension, Pulse on Time, and Wire Feed Rate. A constant machining time the effects of above four parameters on minimizing Maximum Height of the Profile, was investigated and optimized parameters for best minimum of Maximum Height of the Profile.
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