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Información tecnológica

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Abstract

SARACHE, Luis M; RAMIREZ, Ramón  and  GUEDEZ, Víctor M. Multifactorial Analysis of the Energetic Consumption of a Process Face Milling. Inf. tecnol. [online]. 2007, vol.18, n.1, pp.67-72. ISSN 0718-0764.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-07642007000100010.

This work shows an evaluation and multifactorial analysis on the energetic consumption of pieces face milling using an Experimental Design Factorial, are considered to be the variables depth of cut, feed per tooth and the use or not of Cutting Fluid. The values generated of the byline it was achieved by means of a information acquisition card and the calculations on significance was effected(carried out) by the utilization of the software SEMPRO 2, that allows the analysis multifactorial, the surface of response and the equation of variable. It is important to give a sense different from the efficiency of the processes of manufacture that affect the quality of the pieces, though the quality is important for reasons of competitiveness, also and must be the rational use of the energy, since the cost of production of a piece is affected by this one (power). One concludes that the use of cooling or cutting fluid diminishes the energetic expense in 28 %, when one works with minimal depth and  advance of the piece, which it makes necessary to improve the designs of pieces to mechanizing, orientated to the minimum waste that is achieved by very small depths

Keywords : metal cutting; factorial design; multifactorial analysis; evaluation of power.

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