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Optimization of the High-Speed Turning of High-Temperature Nickel Alloy

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Existing recommendations regarding the high-speed milling of metals are considered. To optimize the cutting temperature, an inverse method of determining the best cutting speed in the turning of KhN77TYu high-temperature nickel alloy is proposed. MathCAD software is used to calculate the machining conditions.

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Albagachiev, A.Y., Krasko, A.S. & Stramtsova, E.S. Optimization of the High-Speed Turning of High-Temperature Nickel Alloy. Russ. Engin. Res. 38, 776–779 (2018). https://doi.org/10.3103/S1068798X18100040

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