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Articles by H.H. Habeeb
Total Records ( 2 ) for H.H. Habeeb
  H.H. Habeeb , K.A. Abou-El-Hossein , Bashir Mohamad , Jahara A. Ghani and K. Kadirgama
  This study discusses about behavior of cutting tools in term of tool wear, tool life and surface roughness integrity when machining of nickel based alloys 242. Experimental tests were conducted using four different cutting tool materials under wet condition. They are TiAlN, TiCN/TiN, TiAlN/TiN (PVD) and TiCN/Al2O3 (CVD). Tool failure modes and wear mechanism for all cutting tools were examined at various cutting parameters. Flank wear was found to be the predominant tool wear for the four types of cutting tools especially with CVD tools. Coating is observed to be delaminated as main phenomena on all cutting tools surfaces. The obtained results have indicated that PVD cutting tools perform better than CVD cutting tools. The thickness of coating layers for CVD is thicker than PVD. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to support this study in term of analysis of cutting tool deformation and cutting temperature.
  H.H. Habeeb , K. Kadirgama , M.M. Noor , M.M. Rahman , B. Mohammad , R.A. Bakar and K.A. Abouel Hossein
  This study discusses the development of first and second order of surface roughness prediction model when machining Haynes 242 alloy with Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) at dry condition. The relationship between the cutting parameters (cutting speed, axial depth and feedrate) with surface roughness are discussed. Response Surface Method (RSM) has been selected to optimize the cutting parameters and reduce the number of experiments. Surface roughness obtained in these experiments ranged from 0.052-0.08 μm, which consider as an extremely fine finish. Increase in cutting speed from 70 to 300 m min-1, the roughness getting finer. On other hand, increase in feedrate (0.1 to 0.3 mm tooth-1) and axial depth (0.025 to 0.075 mm) surface roughness become rougher.
 
 
 
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