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Optimization of spinning key Parameters by using Taguchi based VIKOR and Anova approaches: A case study to manufacturing a cylindrical cup
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published September 25, 2020 by SAE International in United States
Event: International Conference on Advances in Design, Materials, Manufacturing and Surface Engineering for Mobility
Metal spinning operation is one of the most seasoned techniques for chip less formation, the segments for the most part discover application in the airplane and rocket industry which requires a high strength to low weight ratio for their component. By utilizing these systems in the process outline, the time and material wasted by utilizing the experimentation could be decreased fundamentally. It additionally empowers parts to be created with both enhance mechanical properties of just about 3 times an incentive to the raw material condition, and also with high dimensional exactness's and surface completions. This examination introduces the enhancement of Metal Spinning process parameters on Al 6061 - T6 and with responses to get Minimum thinning (mm), Surface Roughness (µm) and Spinning Time (sec) and Maximum Hardness Supported orthogonal array with Grey relation analysis & ANOVA. This investigation is to the in depth guidance for the process study and designing the set up of spinning to minimize the product defects and failure of the component. The expected values and measured value are genuinely close. The given model could be utilized to choose the level of spinning parameters.