One-Shot Drilling Analysis of Stack CFRP/UNS A92024 Bonding by Adhesive
AbstractThe use of adhesive layers can improve the properties and reduce the defects produced in the interfaces. This provides adherence to the structure, adapting the joining surfaces and avoiding spaces between the layers. However, the presence of the adhesive can potentiate the defects caused during drilling. In turn, a loss of adhesive in the interface can occur during machining affecting the final structure. This work has followed a conventional OSD strategy in CFRP and UNS A92024 aluminium sheet stacking with adhesive. A series of dry drilling tests have been developed with different cutting conditions and new noncoated WC-Co helical cutting tools. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) statistical analyses and surface response models have been applied to determine the mechanical behaviour in the holes. For this purpose, the dimensional deviation, surface quality, and adhesive loss in the interface in relation to the number of holes have been considered. A combination of cutting parameters that minimizes the evaluated defects has been found. Diametric deviations and surface qualities below 2% and 3.5 µm have been measured in the materials that make up the stack with cutting speeds higher than 140 m/min and feed rates between 200 and 250 mm/min. However, the greatest adhesive losses occur at high cutting speeds. View Full-Text
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Bañon, F.; Sambruno, A.; Fernandez-Vidal, S.; Fernandez-Vidal, S.R. One-Shot Drilling Analysis of Stack CFRP/UNS A92024 Bonding by Adhesive. Materials 2019, 12, 160.
Bañon F, Sambruno A, Fernandez-Vidal S, Fernandez-Vidal SR. One-Shot Drilling Analysis of Stack CFRP/UNS A92024 Bonding by Adhesive. Materials. 2019; 12(1):160.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bañon, Fermin; Sambruno, Alejandro; Fernandez-Vidal, Sergio; Fernandez-Vidal, Severo R. 2019. "One-Shot Drilling Analysis of Stack CFRP/UNS A92024 Bonding by Adhesive." Materials 12, no. 1: 160.
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