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Metals, Volume 8, Issue 4 (April 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The evolution of cutting force, surface roughness and chip breakability are considered principal [...] Read more. The evolution of cutting force, surface roughness and chip breakability are considered principal machinability contributors. In case of lead-free brass alloys (such as CW510L), the inherent tendency for continuous chip formation, imposes explicitly the necessity for the optimization of machining process parameters. The elaboration of a Design-Of-Experiments (DOE) study indicated the most influential factors, along with their optimum combinations for the achievement of the assigned machining objectives (minimum cutting force and minimum surface roughness). View this paper