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Optimization of end milling on Al–SiC-fly ash metal matrix composite using Topsis and fuzzy logic
Shyam Prasad Kodali, , G Murali, M P Arunkumar, N Tamiloli, J Venkatesan
Published in Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Volume: 1
Issue: 10
Metal matrix composites are extensively used in aerospace, automobile and other engineering applications as an alternative to a wide range of elements. High strength–weight ratio, durability and high corrosion resistance are benefits of metal matrix composites. The study that exhibits adopts optimal cutting parameters (speed, feed and depth of cut). The initial study is to explore end milling process of alumina (AA6082 with SiC 3% and fly ash 2%) molted metal matrix composite. The technique for order preference by similarity to ideal solution and fuzzy logic for optimizing the cutting parameter values has been utilized in the MMC. The response surface methodology is being used to develop the numerical model between output responses and machining parameters. The second-order regression models are studied through analysis of variance. The experimental investigation exhibits that feed rate is the important factor on response variables. © 2019, The Author(s).
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