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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Modeling And Analysis Of Turning Process On Lathe Machine By Taguchi And Anova Approach

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AUTHOR(S)

Manoj Modi, Gopal Agarwal, V.Patil, Ashish Khare, Saloni Shukla, Advitiya Sankhala

 

KEYWORDS

Speed, Feed, Depth of Cut, Taguchi, ANOVA, and MRR.

 

ABSTRACT

In the today’s competitive era, it is very important to an edge over the others to survive and flourish. One of the easiest yet most complicated areas to expertise is ‘fast delivery’ and to obtain that the cycle time has to be reduced. Keeping this in mind certain investigations are carried out to increase the material removal rate. This research work explains the effects of certain lathe parameters namely Speed, Feed and Depth of Cut on the output parameter Material Removal Rate. A mild steel test piece is taken and different experiments are conducted on it by a nine foot conventional lathe machine by changing the input parameters using Taguchi methodology. Taguchi method is used to formulate the experimental layout. A Taguchi L9 design of experiment (DOE) and the analysis of variance (ANOVA) is applied to analyze the effect of each parameter on the response. Mathematical formula is also developed among the Speed, Feed and Depth of Cut and MRR. It will be found that these parameters have a significant influence on machining characteristic metal removal rate.

 

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