2019
DOI: 10.15632/jtam-pl/112465
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Abstract: This study presents an inverse heat transfer method to estimate the time history of a local heat flow into the work-piece during milling of AISIH13 with considering a 3D thermal model. Temperatures are measured using thermocouples within the work-piece providing input data for the inverse solver. The conjugate gradient method is used as an inverse solver to predict the local time dependent heat flow distribution on the cutting surfaces as well as the temperature distribution in the work-piece. A moving point h… Show more

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