Call of Papers for Current Volume **************** OnLine Submission of Paper

Volume & Issue no: Volume 3, Issue 8, August 2014

_____________________________________________________________________________

Title:
Parameter optimization of Electro Discharge Machine of AISI 304 Steel by using Taguchi Method
Author Name:
Kapil Banker, Ujjval Prajapati, Jaimin Prajapati, Paras Modi
Abstract:
ABSTRACT Electrical discharge machining (EDM) is one of the non-traditional machining processes, based on thermo electric energy between the work piece and an electrode. In this process, the material removal is occurred electro thermally by a series of successive discrete discharges between electrode and the work piece. The optimization of the parameters of the EDM machining has been carried out by using the taguchi’s method for design of experiments (DOE). In recent years many ways has been found for improving the MRR of the WORK PIECE. Taguchi method has been used for design of experiments with three input parameters and their three levels using L9 array. In the research nine experiment had been done along with copper tool material as well as AISI 304L material had been used as a work piece. The dielectric used is kerosene diluted with water. The main objective of the research is the analysis to optimize the process parameters of EDM with the help of taguchi method and using Minitab software in terms of MMR. The different parameters considered while carrying out the experiments on EDM would be the current, Ton, Toff, Time required, Depth of cut etc,. The research findings show that the copper having high material removal rate with respect to other material such as aluminum, gun metal, brass, etc
Cite this article:
Kapil Banker, Ujjval Prajapati, Jaimin Prajapati, Paras Modi , " Parameter optimization of Electro Discharge Machine of AISI 304 Steel by using Taguchi Method" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 3, Issue 8, August 2014 , pp. 020-024 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
Full Text [PDF]                           Back to Current Issue