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STC C - 2018 Annual Report

In 2018, the Scientific Technical Committee Cutting STC “C” continued its dedicated work with respect to processes and techniques used to shape components by material removal under the leadership of the current officers:
Chair: R. M’Saoubi, Vice Chair: D. Biermann, Secretary: S. Melkote.

The group held two meetings in 2018: on February 22nd in Paris, France and August 24th in Tokyo, Japan.

In 2018, STC “C” continued its cooperative working group efforts launched in 2016 to address specific aspects of friction and material constitutive data used in modelling of machining. Both working groups are well into their proposed efforts and provided updates their progress at the two meetings. The recommendations made by the two working groups are expected to advance our understanding of the advantages and limitations of friction and material constitutive models reported in the literature. In doing so, they will provide guidance to researchers and industry practitioners regarding which models to use for a specific work material. The efforts of the two working groups complements and extends the 2017 STC “C” Keynote paper.

In addition, a number of technical topics were presented and discussed in the two STC “C” meetings. These presentations are listed below. New guidelines for organizing STC meetings put forth by the CIRP Council in 2016 were followed in organizing both meetings of STC “C”.


STC “C” meeting in Paris, February 2018

At the Paris meeting – attended by 77 members, 19 research affiliates, and 20 guests, the following presentations on cooperative work and technical contributions were made:

Cooperative work within STC-C:

  1. Friction Data for Modelling of Machining (V. Schulze)
  2. Work on Material Constitutive Data for Modelling of Machining (J. Outeiro, P. J. Arrazola, A. Zabel, D. Umbrello)

Technical Presentations:

  1. Understanding the cutting and machining mechanism in hard - heterogeneous composite materials, O.G. Diaz, D. Axinte
  2. Environmental impact of the nano-particle release when machining nano-structured composite materials, I. Shyha, M.E. Deary, D. Huo
  3. The needle cutting of soft tissue and accuracy in insertion, A. Li, J. Plott, and A. Shih
  4. Thread milling tool deflection and quality for manufacturing dental implants, A.C. Araujo, G. Fromentin, G. Poulachon, J. Outeiro
  5. Plastic instabilities and unsteady flow in cutting and large strain deformation of metals, K. Viswanathan, A. Udupa, M. Saei, S. Chandrasekar
  6. Wear development on coated tools investigated by the flank wear evolution rate, G. Skordaris, K.-D. Bouzakis, T. Kotsanis, P. Charalampous, E. Bouzakis
  7. An experimental-numerical method to determine the thermal loads induced by hole shrinkage in Ti6Al4V drilling, J. Merzouki, G. Poulachon, F. Rossi, Y. Ayed, G. Abrivard
  8. Drilling of Inconel 718 using tools with adapted flank face design, D. Biermann, I. Iovkov, M. Bücker
  9. An analytical model to predict the formation of multi flank chips, M. Krömer, F. Klocke


STC “C“ meeting in Tokyo, Japan, August 2018

At the STC “C” meeting in Portugal – attended by 53 members, 8 research affiliates, and 19 guests, the following cooperative work and technical contributions were presented:

Proposals for cooperative work within the STC-C

1. Friction Data for Modelling of Machining (V. Schulze)
2. Material Constitutive Models and Data for Modelling of Metal Cutting (J. Outerio, P. J. Arrazola, A. Zabel, D. Umbrello)

Technical Presentations

1. Experimental setup for measuring tool and chip temperature in machining of case hardening steel, S. Berger, J. Saelzer, M. Tiffe, A. Zabel
2. Correlative microscopy and molecular dynamics simulation of cementite amorphization in hard turning layers, V. Bedekar, W. Guo, Y. Meng, X. Zhang, H. Bei, S. Hyde, J.-M. Zuo, J.D. Poplawsky
3. Shear banding in ultrasonic vibration assisted machining, X. Jin, J. Gao
4. Adjustment of cryogenic cooling in titanium machining by measuring and supercooling the liquid nitrogen flow, B. Stampfer, F. Zanger, and V. Schulze
5. Modeling of turn-milling process for generalized tool geometries, K. Rahimzadeh Berenji, E. Budak
6. On the wear behaviour of laser prepared PCBN cutting tools, B. Denkena, T. Grove, A. Krödel
7. On the control of the temperature field in laser assisted milling of Inconel 718, Z. Liao, Z. Shang, D. Axinte, J. Billingham
8. Development of a step drill for minimization of delamination and uncut in drilling CFRP, B.-C. Kwon, N. Dai, D. Mai, E.S. Cheon, S.L. Ko


Keynote paper presentation and paper session on “Cutting” in Tokyo, Japan, August 2018

The STC “C” keynote paper entitled “Deep-hole Drilling” co-authored by D. Biermann, F. Bleicher, U. Heisel, F. Klocke, A. Shih was presented in the “Cutting” (“C”) session (Part I).
In addition, in the STC “C” paper session (Part 1) of the General Assembly in Tokyo, a total of 22 papers were presented and discussed.


Keynote papers

2018: Deep-hole Drilling, D. Biermann, F. Bleicher, U. Heisel, F. Klocke, H.-C. Möhring, A. Shih
2019: Biomaterials Machining: From Scientific and Technological Advances to Medical Applications, D. Axinte, Z, Liao, Y. Guo, A. J. Shih, R. M’Saoubi, M. Mitsuishi
2020: Broaching - Cutting Tools and Machine Tools for Manufacturing High Quality Features in Components, P. Arrazola et al.
2021: Structured and Textured Cutting Tool Surfaces for Machining Applications, T. Özel, P. Mativenga, D. Biermann, T. Enomoto, T. Sugihara


Collaborative Working Groups with STC “C” Involvement/Support

  1. Self-optimizing Machining Systems (2016-2019)
  2. Additive Manufacturing (2018-2020)


CIRP/sponsored Conferences with STC-C Approval

  1. The 14th China-Japan International Conference on Ultra-precision Machining, F. Fang, H. Ohmori
  2. 2018 Machining Innovations Conference for Aerospace Industry, Hannover, Germany
  3. 15th International Conference on High Speed Machining (HSM2019)


The current Chair of STC “C”, Dr. Rachid M’Saoubi, completed his term at the Tokyo General Assembly.
At the Tokyo General Assembly, the STC elected a new Technical Secretary, Prof. Pedro-Jose Arrazola of Mondragon University, Spain. The STC “C” members also approved the following new slate of STC “C” Office bearers.
Chair: D. Biermann, Vice Chair: S. Melkote, Secretary: P.J. Arrazola.

Respectfully,
S. Melkote
Technical Secretary (Outgoing)