COMPARISON OF PARAMETERS OF SURFACE INTEGRITY OF MACHINED DUPLEX AND AUSTENITE STAINLESS STEELS IN RELATION TO TOOL GEOMETRY

Jiří Čapek, Zdeněk Pitrmuc, Kamil Kolařík, Libor Beránek, Nikolaj Ganev

Abstract


The goal of this contribution was to describe parameters of surface integrity of two machined materials; austenite and duplex stainless steel. Residual stresses and presence of straininduced martensite were studied as a function of the side rake angle. Residual stresses of surface and sub-surface layers were determined using X-ray diffraction techniques and hole-drilling method. By using X-ray diffraction, it is possible to determine residual stresses in each phase separately, in comparison with hole-drilling method. The presence of strain-induced martensite was investigated using Barkhausen noise and optical microscope.

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ISSN 2336-5382 (Online)
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