Wear resistance of metal-cutting tools and formation of secondary contact structures during cutting


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Authors

  • А. Sagitov S. Seifullin Kazakh Agrotechnical University
  • K. Sherov S. Seifullin Kazakh Agrotechnical University
  • G. Tusupbekova S. Seifullin Kazakh Agrotechnical University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32523/2616-7263-2022-141-4-87-97

Keywords:

endurance period, wear resistance of cutting tools, pretreating method, secondary contact structure, structural adaptability, dislocation density

Abstract

This article presents the results of research funded by the Committee of Science of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Kazakhstan (grant № AP14972884 "Increasing wear resistance of metal-cutting tools by the method of lapping"). There was investigated the state of the metal-cutting tools' wear problem in the conditions of machine-building enterprises of the Republic of Kazakhstan (RK). It is revealed that metal-cutting tools do not always endure the durability period according to the standards and are exposed to premature wear of cutting edges, breakage, and chipping. The factors affecting the wear resistance of metal-cutting tools and the existing possibilities for their improvement are also studied. The article proposes the method of pretreating cutting tools in order to improve the wear resistance and durability of metal-cutting tools under the conditions of domestic machine-building industries. The formation of secondary structures on the working surfaces of the tools, which is one of the manifestations of the fundamental law - structural adaptability was studied on the basis of the results of the analysis of previously conducted works.

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2022-12-30

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Sagitov А., Sherov, K., & Tusupbekova, G. (2022). Wear resistance of metal-cutting tools and formation of secondary contact structures during cutting. Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University Technical Science and Technology Series, 141(4), 87–97. https://doi.org/10.32523/2616-7263-2022-141-4-87-97

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