Experimental analysis of orange peel problem in turning of titanium alloys
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Çoskun, Sıla and Baytok, Esma and Özlü, Emre and Sert Alağaç, Melike and Akın, Cenk (2018) Experimental analysis of orange peel problem in turning of titanium alloys. In: 9th International Congress on Machining (UTIS 2018), Antalya, Turkey
The “Orange Peel” is one of the widely seen surface problem in machining of titanium alloys. Although orange peel problem does not affect the surface properties of the component, it is not desired as it affects the coating and painting properties visually. There are only few studies that are focused on the causes and elimination of orange peel in machining of titanium alloys. In this study, our aim is to analyze the cause of the orange peel formation in turning of titanium alloys. The experimental applications will be conducted on real life production of jet engine components.
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