Title: ANOVA analysis for estimating the accuracy and surface roughness of precisely drilled holes of steel 42CrMo4 QT
Authors: Řehoř, Jan
Fulemová, Jaroslava
Kutlwašer, Jan
Gombár, Miroslav
Harničárová, Marta
Kušnerová, Milena
Vagaská, Alena
Povolný, Michal
Valíček, Jan
Zatloukal, Tomáš
Citation: ŘEHOŘ, J. FULEMOVÁ, J. KUTLWAŠER, J. GOMBÁR, M. HARNIČÁROVÁ, M. KUŠNEROVÁ, M. VAGASKÁ, A. POVOLNÝ, M. VALÍČEK, J. ZATLOUKAL, T. ANOVA analysis for estimating the accuracy and surface roughness of precisely drilled holes of steel 42CrMo4 QT. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY, 2023, roč. 126, č. 1-2, s. 675-695. ISSN: 0268-3768
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Springer
Document type: článek
URI: 2-s2.0-85149203148
ISSN: 0268-3768
Keywords in different language: cylindricity and roughness;drilling;precision holes;reaming;surface integrity
Abstract in different language: The presented publication is focused on increasing the productivity and efficiency of machine production of precision holes. Considerable attention was paid to the influence of the pre-preparation and drilling technology on the quality of the reamed hole. The material selected for machining was chromium-molybdenum steel 42CrMo4 QT. The cluster analysis is implemented to evaluate the experimental results obtained by measuring the cylindricity and surface roughness of the drilled and reamed holes. The factor of hole pre-preparation technology was selected in two quality levels, and the factor of drilling technology in four quality levels. The constant factors were carefully controlled during the experiment, i.e., other possible influences were excluded or minimised. Under constant cutting conditions, the experiment of the subject machining process was carried out. The cutting process parameters investigated were the cylindricity and the roughness of the machined surface Ra. The novelty and contribution of this research lie in confirming the assumption that drilling technology influences hole quality primarily, whereas hole pre-preparation technology has a secondary effect.
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