This paper presents an extensive experimental study on the influence of machining parameters and cooling conditions on the overall fatigue life of a titanium component. In particular, dry, minimum quantity lubrication, cryogenic and high-pressure air jet were compared as cooling/lubrication strategies for the finishing operation. The obtained dog-bone cylindrical fatigue specimens were tested under uniaxial pull–pull cyclic loading in the high cycle fatigue range. An analytical model is proposed to predict the high cycle fatigue strength for the material under investigation demonstrating its effectiveness to reduce the number of tests needed.

Fatigue life of machined Ti6Al4V alloy under different cooling conditions

Rotella G.
2018

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This paper presents an extensive experimental study on the influence of machining parameters and cooling conditions on the overall fatigue life of a titanium component. In particular, dry, minimum quantity lubrication, cryogenic and high-pressure air jet were compared as cooling/lubrication strategies for the finishing operation. The obtained dog-bone cylindrical fatigue specimens were tested under uniaxial pull–pull cyclic loading in the high cycle fatigue range. An analytical model is proposed to predict the high cycle fatigue strength for the material under investigation demonstrating its effectiveness to reduce the number of tests needed.
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