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Title: Ductile and brittle transition behavior of titanium alloys in ultra-precision machining
Authors: Yip, WS 
To, S 
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
Source: Scientific reports, 2018, v. 8, no. 1, 3934 How to cite?
Journal: Scientific reports 
Abstract: Titanium alloys are extensively applied in biomedical industries due to their excellent material properties. However, they are recognized as difficult to cut materials due to their low thermal conductivity, which induces a complexity to their deformation mechanisms and restricts precise productions. This paper presents a new observation about the removal regime of titanium alloys. The experimental results, including the chip formation, thrust force signal and surface profile, showed that there was a critical cutting distance to achieve better surface integrity of machined surface. The machined areas with better surface roughness were located before the clear transition point, defining as the ductile to brittle transition. The machined area at the brittle region displayed the fracture deformation which showed cracks on the surface edge. The relationship between depth of cut and the ductile to brittle transaction behavior of titanium alloys in ultra-precision machining(UPM) was also revealed in this study, it showed that the ductile to brittle transaction behavior of titanium alloys occurred mainly at relatively small depth of cut. The study firstly defines the ductile to brittle transition behavior of titanium alloys in UPM, contributing the information of ductile machining as an optimal machining condition for precise productions of titanium alloys.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/77890
EISSN: 2045-2322
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-22329-2
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