Previous research on white layer formation in machining.
|EN8 steel||Drilling||Griffiths ||Catastrophic wear and rubbing induce white layer formation.|
|AISI 1045 steel||Turning||Han et al. ||Plastic deformation promotes phase transformation at lower temperature.|
|AISI 52100 steel||Turning||Barbacki and Kawalec |
|Ramesh and Melkote ||Prediction model for plasticity induced martensitic phase transformation.|
|Umbrello and Filice ||The white layer thickness increases with increasing feed rate.|
|Poulachon et al. ||The white layer thickness increases with the tool flank wear.|
|Duan et al. ||Temperature based FEA model for white layer thickness prediction.|
|BS 817M40 steel||Turning||Barry and Byrne ||Refined grain size from the material recrystallization.|
|H13 steel||Turning||Bosheh and Mativenga ||The martensitic phase transformation is correlated with tool wear.|
|Ti-6Al-4V||Turning||Che-Haron and Jawaid ||Working hardening is observed on the white layer.|
|Velásquez et al. ||Plastically affected zone observed, but no phase transformation.|
|End milling||Daymi et al. ||Thin plastically deformed layer.|
|IN 100||Turning||Ranganath et al. ||FEA prediction model for the white layer and bent grains.|
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