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Research Paper | Manufacturing Engineering | India | Volume 7 Issue 4, April 2018
Optimization of Process Parameters in Drilling of Polyurethane Reinforced Jute Fiber Composite using Taguchi and Analysis of Variance (Anova)
Abstract: In the modern days composites are being aggressively used because of low weight to volume ratio and ease in manufacturing. While machining of composite materials Drilling is a very common and important process used in industry to assemble composite structures. However, drilling composite materials present a number of problems such as reinforced of materials with the characteristics and cutting parameters. In order to reduce these problems, we present this study with the objective of evaluating the cutting parameters (cutting velocity and feed rate) and the influence of the fibers under the thrust force. The approach is based on the combination of Taguchi techniques of orthogonal arrays with the analysis of variance (ANOVA). An experimental plan was performed involving drilling with cutting parameters in Polyurethane Reinforced Jute Fiber composite (PURJFC) using a cemented carbide drill. The results were compared with the Natural fiber Reinforced composites. An experimental and finite element approach has been proposed to study the drilling characteristics of Polyurethane Reinforced Jute Fiber composite (PURJFC) with FEA.
Keywords: Polyurethane Reinforced Jute Fiber Composites, Drilling, Taghuchi approach with ANOVA analysis
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 4, April 2018,
Pages: 190 - 197