Issue 
Mechanics & Industry
Volume 21, Number 5, 2020



Article Number  523  
Number of page(s)  12  
DOI  https://doi.org/10.1051/meca/2020068  
Published online  20 August 2020 
Regular Article
An investigation of cutting parameters effect on sound level, surface roughness, and power consumption during machining of hardened AISI 4140
^{1}
Manisa Celal Bayar University, Vocational School of Manisa Technical Sciences, Machinary and Metal Technology Department, Manisa, Turkey
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Cankiri Karatekin University, Faculty of Science, Department of Statistics, 18200 Cankiri, Turkey
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Simon Fraser University, Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6, Canada
^{*} email: abidinsahinoglu@gmail.com
Received:
22
May
2020
Accepted:
1
August
2020
In recent years, the necessity for energy in the manufacturing industry has become an important problem because fossil fuel reserves are decreasing in order to produce energy. Therefore, the efficient use of energy has become an important research topic. In this study, energy efficiency is investigated in detail for sustainable life and manufacturing. AISI 4140 material with high hardness of 50 HRC hardness has been applied cryogenic process to improve mechanical and machinability properties. In this experiment study, the effects of feed rate (0.04, 0.08, 0.12 mm/rev), cutting speed (140, 160, 180 m/min), depth of cut (0.05, 0.10, 0.15 mm) and tool radius (0.4, 0.8) on energy consumption, surface roughness and sound intensity were investigated. Then, a new mathematical model with high accuracy was developed. Total power consumption was calculated by considering the instantaneous current value and machining time. As a result, it is found that good surface quality obtained when the feed rate is low, and the tool radius is high and the machining time is shortened, the energy consumption is reduced due to the increase in cutting speed, depth of cut and feed rate. Also, it is found that the tool radius has a limited effect on energy consumption, but low feed value increases energy consumption.
Key words: Hard turning / AISI 4140 / sound level / power consumption / surface roughness / ANOVA
© AFM, EDP Sciences 2020
1 Introduction
Developments in machine technology have made widespread use of machine parts that are longerlasting, lighter and more resistant to friction. In this study, AISI 4140 (DIN 1.7225 or 42CrMo4) material, which is suitable for heat treatment, is used. This material is widely used in the machine manufacturing industry, especially in the crankshaft, axle shaft, gear wheel, bolt, and nut construction. Increasing the strength of the material by heat treatment provides usability advantages for the material [1]. In addition, the workability and mechanic properties of these materials are improved by the cryogenic process. For these reasons, it is an important research topic to examine the workability properties of the material with cryogenic cooling. However, it has a wide range of applications and many works have been done on this topic.
The surface roughness is critical when the machine parts are contacted with each other. As the load carries increases, the friction force increases. Therefore, the temperature is also increased. Increased temperature causes expansion and prevents machine parts from operating as desired. It causes more friction with an increasing amount of expansion. When the required cooling process is not carried out, this expansion and excessive friction prevent the machine parts from performing their work. Most of the time, it will cause the machine to become unavailable.
In some cases, the increased temperature causes the chemical structure to change in the machine parts and the mechanical properties of the material change. Therefore, the friction force not only increases the energy loss but also causes the machine to shorten or end its life. Both the low energy loss and the longer life of the machine make an essential contribution to ecological equilibrium. It reduces the need for energy for the use of less raw materials and the processing of the raw material. The surface roughness has a decisive effect on obtaining a longlasting and highquality machine for the user and manufacturing company. Thus, many studies have been carried out on this subject [2–5]. In this study, the research has been carried out to obtain high surface quality, especially in hard turning. It is aimed to get a surface with grinding quality by the heat treatment applied to the material and the cryogenic process behind it.
While the most decisive cutting parameter on the surface quality is the feed rate, the tool geometry can produce better surface quality with a large radius. Therefore, the effects of the tool radius with the cutting parameters were investigated in this study. Since hard turning is a finish turning, surface quality has a significant parameter. Thus, the main goal of this study is to obtain excellent surface quality.
Another important parameter is energy consumption for ecological balance and productivity. The primary reason for energy consumption is the harmful gases emitted to the environment by fossil fuels [6]. Fossil fuel consumption leads to damage to the ozone layer, causes the harmful rays to reach the earth's surface, creates a green house effect and global warming. This greenhouse effect causes the temperature to increase, and thus the glaciers melt. This change in temperature balance causes hurricanes to occur. Besides, the change in climate balance and an increase in agricultural land to be inundated causes significant damage to grain production, which will probably lead to hunger problems in the future. Energy efficiency used in the manufacturing industry is useful in solving all these problems because 60% of the energy is used in the manufacturing industry. The fact that most of the energy used in the manufacturing industry is obtained in fossil fuels makes it a significant problem in energy consumption [7–11]. In addition, due to the increasing energy prices, the decrease in energy resources and global production problems, it is of great importance to study energy efficiency. Determining the optimum cutting parameters for minimum energy consumption is one of the most important issues in the industry [10–13]. Therefore, many studies have been conducted on energy consumption [14–16]. The increase in the number of parts in the machine allows a reduction in costs, an increase in production speed, more environmentally friendly production and a higher chance of competition. The decrease in the workshop area leads to a reduction in investment costs, costs associated with lighting, cooling and heating. Multioptimization has been performed in this study to reduce energy consumption and processing time without reducing workpiece quality [17,18]. The low feed rate improves surface quality during machining, however the machining time increases and hence energy consumption increases.
In this study, optimum cutting parameters were determined by multiple optimizations. Thus, the best surface quality is achieved in the shortest time and with minimum energy consumption. This study aims to minimize the surface roughness and power consumption during hard turning of AISI 4140 using CBN tools under dry cutting conditions. Three different cutting speeds, feed rates and depth of cuts and two nose radius were used in this work. Response surface method and ANOVA were employed to obtain the most significant parameters that affect responses.
2 Material and methods
2.1 Material and chemical properties, mechanical properties
In this experimental study, AISI 4140 material was kept at 950°C for 2 h, and then oil was used to cool the material. Thus, heat treatment is applied, and then the material was stored at 340 °C for 1.5 h to reduce the stress on the material. Then it was expected to cool in the air. After 2 h at −200 °C for 12 h, the material was subjected to cytogenetical treatment. The heat treatment and cryogenic cooling process were measured at 50 HRC. With this process, the strength of the material is increased by 2.5 times. Then, nine channels were made with a distance of 20 mm. A 1 mm diameter was turned to remove the hard layer on the workpiece surface. Table 1 gives the chemical composition of AISI 4140 material.
The chemical composition of AISI 4140 material.
2.2 Determining the cutting tool, tool holder and cutting parameters
The materials with hardness values of 45 HRC are particularly preferred due to their hightemperature resistance and low friction coefficient. Because of the low number of corners and the high cost of these tools, in this experimental study, the teams of Taegutec, which is produced for hard turning, is used due to the use of its four corners and economic reason. In addition, tools with a radius of 0.4 and 0.8 mm were used to see the effects of the tool radius, which had a significant effect on surface roughness [19]. The coolant has been used to prevent high temperatures from hardening and machining of the hardened 4140 steel from the 50 HRC hardness [20]. Generally, although the use of coolant in the CBN and Ceramic tools is not required, however, in some studies, coolant is used to prevent the high temperature formed at the carbide inserts to damage both the workpiece and the tool.
The primary cuttingedge angle of 95° and −6° cleaner angle is used for DCMT 12040408. The tool holder is as short as possible as the height of the tool increases the vibration.
When determining the cutting parameters, the tool catalog values are considered. The cutting speed is selected to be high, while the cutting depth is selected as low as it will be done for a finish turning. Increasing the hardness of the material increases the breaking strength. Therefore, low feed and low depth of cut are preferred. The average values for the surface roughness value have been determined because the feed rate should not exceed 1/4 of the tool radius for the excellent surface quality.
2.3 CNC machine and machining conditions
TTC 630 CNC turning machine of TAKSAN was used in the experimental study. The rigidity of the machine tool affects the machining conditions positively, depending on the vibrations. The workpiece is connected between the chuck and center point under dry cutting conditions. Since the material length is more than three times the material diameter, the material is connected between the chuck and center point. In this way, the vibration on the workpiece is minimized. The experimental setup is shown in Figure 1.
Fig. 1 Experimental setup. 
2.4 Measurement process
During the processing experiments, data were obtained for each experiment. The current value and sound intensity were measured instantly. The current through a phase was measured with the UNIT UT201 digital clamp multimeter. This value is multiplied by 3 to obtain the total current value. The regulator to which the machine tools are connected has kept the voltage fluctuation to a minimum at 230 V. The machining process was calculated to remove an equal amount of chips in each material. Total power consumption is calculated by multiplying current, voltage and processing time.
The sound intensity was measured with the Lutron SL401 sound intensity meter at a distance of 600 mm from the workpiece. The device measured the volume in slow position and Filter A. The average sound intensity was calculated so that instant chip sounds do not affect the measurement. Instant measurements were recorded with the camera. The sound intensity and current values were started to be taken 4 seconds after the workpiece started to be processed.
Immediately after each test, the surface roughness value was measured with the Mitutoyo SJ 201 roughness tester. Before measurements, the accuracy of the instrument was verified by the calibration block. The sampling range of the instrument is 0.8 mm. The device is parallel to the measured surface. Three surface roughness values were measured for each experiment, and then the arithmetic mean was taken.
2.5 Linear regression
Suppose we want to see how response variable y relates to explanatory variables x_{1}, … , x_{p}. Thus, we have equation (1):(1)
The response of the linear predictor is a linear combination of model involving the explanatory variables, and the error term is the variation in the response for identical values of the explanatory variables. In order to explain the response depends on the explanatory variables, the statistical model can be written as equation (2):(2)
Here ε_{i} is the error term and β_{0} + β_{1} x_{i1} + ⋯ + β_{p} x_{ip} are the linear predictor. Alternatively, the relationship between y and x can be expressed in a quadratic way as equation (3):(3)
It is important that in order to apply the theory underpinning linear models, the error term must be normally distributed. Analysis of variance is performed in order to quantify the influence of selected parameters and interactions in 41402 composites. Table 2 shows the parameters with their values at twothree levels. The experimental analyses were performed using Minitab software. Pooled version of ANOVA for power consumption, sound level and surface roughness of 41402 composites are given in Tables 3–5, respectively.
Parameters with their values at twothree levels.
ANOVA for power consumption.
ANOVA for sound level.
ANOVA for surface roughness.
3 Results and discussion
The experimentally measured values of motor current, power consumption, time, sound level and surface roughness are shown in Table 6.
Tests for significance on individual parameters need to be performed to select the significant parameters in the model. Table 4 shows the results of ANOVA for each parameter. Values of Prob > F less than 0.05 indicate model terms are significant. Some of the model terms were found to be significant. So that f, a, V, a*V, a*f and f*V are significant model terms for power consumption. On the other hand, the radius is an insignificant model term. This term can be removed from the final model. Otherwise, this model term will affect our model negatively. It may reduce the R^{2} probability. The final model for power consumption is found by backward model selection. All model terms except radius are found to be significant in the final model. However, the depth of cut and feed rate were found to be the most significant parameters in the final model. In addition, the predicted R^{2} value is high and very similar to the adjusted R^{2}. The following equation is the final empirical model for power consumption. In addition, 3D graphs of power consumption and Mean changes in selected parameters on power consumption are shown in Figures 2 and 3, respectively. Regression equation (4) for power consumption is:(4)
Cutting speed and feed rate have an essential effect on power consumption because these parameters reduce the machining time. Although these parameters increase the current value slightly, decrease machining time significantly. Therefore, it is necessary to increase the cutting parameters to achieve a lower processing time to obtain minimum power consumption. In this case, much more work can be done in a shorter time, and it results in decreasing the time of processing and consequently minimizing the power consumption. Also, nose radius has no critical effect on power consumption. The same results obtained in [3,10,16] studies.
In machining, the current value is an important indicator of power consumption. While the current rating increases, power consumption is also increased. However, the most effective parameter in power consumption is processing time. As the cutting parameters increase, the current value increases, but the processing time is shortened. Even if the motor current value increases, the total power consumption decreases as the machining time decreases. Therefore, the processing time is a more important parameter in power consumption. Another reason why the machining time is useful in power consumption is that it consumes significant current as the machine tool is idle. (no load). 1.5 A of the average consumed current is consumed for the idle operation of the machine tool. High or low chip removal affects the total current value slightly. Therefore, it is crucial to keep the machining time as short as possible in terms of power consumption. This means that the machining time must be kept short by selecting the high cutting speed, depth of cut and feed rate. Keeping the machining time short will enable the machine to produce a large number of parts in a short time, so it reduces investment costs.
The least effective parameter for changing the instantaneous current value (power consumption) is the tool radius. The tool radius does not affect the current value significantly, while it affects the surface roughness importantly. Therefore, for low power consumption and good surface quality, tools with a large tool radius should be preferred.
The Model Fvalue of 36.88 implies the model is significant. There is only a 0.01% chance that an Fvalue this large could occur due to noise. Pvalues less than 0.05 indicate model terms are significant. In this case, Depth of Cut (a), Radius and Depth of Cut*Radius are significant model terms. Values higher than 0.05 indicate the model terms are not significant. If there are many insignificant model terms (not counting those required to support hierarchy), model reduction may improve our model. The same results are obtained in the [5,10] studies. Besides, 3D graphs of sound level and Mean changes in selected parameters on the sound level are shown in Figures 4 and 5, respectively. Regression equation (5) for the sound level is:(5)
Since there is a low depth of cut in finishing, there is no significant change in sound volume. The increase in the depth of the chip creates a greater force, causing some increase in sound intensity. Although the cutting speed and feed rate affect the force on the tool, a low cutting force has caused the change in sound volume to be minimal. The sound intensity of 74 dB is not a problem in terms of operator health. A high volume of sound means that the machine tool is forced, but in these processing conditions, it is seen from the obtained sound intensity that the machine tool is not forced. In addition, 3D graphs of surface roughness and Mean changes in selected parameters on surface roughness are shown in Figures 6 and 7, respectively.
Regression equation (6) for surface roughness is:(6)
The Model Fvalue of 62.91 implies the model is significant. There is only a 0.01% chance that an Fvalue this large could occur due to noise.
Pvalues less than 0.05 indicate model terms are significant. In this case, the Feed Rate (f), Radius and Feed Rate* Radius are significant model terms. Values higher than 0.05 indicate the model terms are not significant. If there are many insignificant model terms, model reduction may improve the model. The Predicted R^{2} of 0.85 is in reasonable agreement with the Adjusted R^{2} of 0.86; the difference is less than 0.01. Most of the studies [3–5,13,20], indicate the significant effect of feed rate on the surface roughness.
One of the most important parameters in finish turning is low surface roughness. For low surface roughness values, the tool with large tool radius and low feed values should be preferred. It is seen that the depth of cut and the cutting speed have a low effect. Increasing the feed rate means increasing the depth of the helix groove on the workpiece. In this case, the surface roughness value increases. The growth of the tool radius means that the cutting tool contacts the workpiece edge over a longer distance at a constant feed rate. In this case, the surface roughness value decreases. Feed rates up to 1/4 of the tool radius can be preferred. In these processing conditions, the surface roughness values between 0.3 and 0.9 microns are of great importance as it provides a grinding quality surface.
The high cutting speed is important for manufacturing, as it allows more products to be obtained. The increase in cutting speed is an important parameter since it does not decrease the surface quality and ensures low energy consumption.
Experimental results.
Fig. 2 3D graphs of power consumption. 
Fig. 3 Mean changes in selected parameters on power consumption. 
Fig. 4 3D graphs of sound level. 
Fig. 5 Mean changes in selected parameters on the sound level. 
Fig. 6 3D graphs of surface roughness. 
Fig. 7 Mean changes in selected parameters on surface roughness. 
3.1 The smaller, the better
Since our goal is to minimize power consumption, sound level and surface roughness, the smaller, the better equation is applied to determine the individual desirability values for power consumption, sound level, and surface roughness. The equation (7) for the smaller, the better can be seen below.(7)
We expect the value of to be the smallest. If the value of is less than a criteria value, the desirability value equal to 1. Otherwise, the desirability value equals to 0. In this equation, y_{min} and y_{max} represents the lower and upper tolerance limit of respectively. Moreover, the value of r shows the weight. The weight might be set to the smaller value if the corresponding response is not close to the target. In other cases, the weight can be set to the larger value.
To minimize power consumption, sound level and surface roughness, the optimization of process parameters is an important procedure. Researchers have used many different optimization techniques. However, the multiresponse optimization analysis has been carried out to obtain the minimum power consumption, sound level and surface roughness in our analysis. In addition, the desirability functionbased approach is used to optimize the process parameters. The normal plots of the minimum power consumption, sound level and surface roughness are shown in Figure 8.
The cutting parameters are optimal levels in chip removal. Cutting parameters also have optimum values according to the material being processed. Therefore, parameters can be changed within these limits. However, the rigidity of the machine, cutting tool properties, coolant or dry cutting conditions affects the machining conditions. This situation may vary between machines. The dimensions of the workpiece can make it difficult to determine the optimum values for the machining type. Identifying optimal processing conditions is a complex process. In this highly variable manufacturing process, the parameters that are important for hard turning are evaluated. As it is intended to give a general idea, possible causes of different situations that may be encountered are explained.
Very high surface roughness values should be avoided in hard turning, which is a finishing turning process. At the same time, high cutting speed, low feed rate and low depth of cut are preferred to shorten machining time and reduce energy consumption. These preferences may vary on nonrigid machine tools.
Due to the hardness of the workpiece material, a cutting tool suitable for a hardness of 45–50 HRC is preferred. Failure to do so may result in tool breakage or very rapid wear [21,22]. The fact that there was no significant change in sound volume prevented the sound from being an important indicator of hard turning operations. The minimum value of power consumption, sound level and surface roughness is considered as better performance measures. Therefore, equation (7) is used to calculate the individual desirability values for power consumption, sound level and surface roughness.
Desirability analysis is carried out to minimize the power consumption, sound level and surface roughness. The main objective of Optimization is to reduce the cost of used tools. A multiresponse optimization solution for minimum power consumption, sound level and surface roughness is given in Table 7. The best solution has the highest desirability score. Solution number one has selected as the best. Desirability graphs of response variables are shown in Figure 9.
After multiobjective optimization, the values of machining parameters obtained are: cutting speed of 180.00 (m/min), the feed rate of 0.05 (mm), depth of cut of 0.12 (mm) and radius of 0.80 (mm). After these values of machining parameters are put in equation (7), the corresponding values of power consumption, sound level and surface roughness are 27349 Watt, 69.8217 dB and 0.307216 µm, respectively.
Fig. 8 Normality graphs of response variables. 
Multi response optimization.
Fig. 9 Desirability graphs of response variables. 
4 Conclusion
Surface roughness and power consumption has paramount importance in hard turning in the manufacturing industry. In this experimental study, feed rate, cutting speed, depth of cut and tool nose radius parameters were selected to investigate the surface roughness, power consumption and sound level. As a result, the most effective parameters in power consumption are depth of cut, feed rate and cutting speed. Effective parameters in surface quality are found as feed rate and tool radius. Depth of cut and radius were found to be effective on the sound level. After multiobjective optimization, the values of machining parameters obtained are: cutting speed of 180.00 (m/min), the feed rate of 0.05 (mm), depth of cut of 0.12 (mm) and radius of 0.80 (mm). According to the model and optimization results, a decrease of 1.7% in energy consumption and a decrease of 12.3% in surface roughness was achieved.
It is clear that using appropriate cutting tools in hard turning is of great importance to achieve surface quality as close to the grinding process. Feed rate was found to be significant on the surface roughness. Low feed rates are preferred for a low surface roughness value. Although the instantaneous current value increases with increasing the cutting parameters, the total power consumption is reduced. The most effective parameter on the total power consumption is the processing time. Increasing the cutting parameters is effective in shortening the machining time.
Cutting speed and depth of cut are increased slightly to reduce machining time, while the feed rate is reduced to improve surface quality.
The reason for the low current value and sound intensity range is due to the low depth of cut. However, there is a strong relationship between the current value and the cutting parameters. The reason why this change in sound volume occurs regularly is the sound generated by the hitting of the chips. Therefore, the volume is not a clear enough indication in the finish turning process.
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All Tables
All Figures
Fig. 1 Experimental setup. 

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Fig. 2 3D graphs of power consumption. 

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Fig. 3 Mean changes in selected parameters on power consumption. 

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Fig. 4 3D graphs of sound level. 

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Fig. 5 Mean changes in selected parameters on the sound level. 

In the text 
Fig. 6 3D graphs of surface roughness. 

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Fig. 7 Mean changes in selected parameters on surface roughness. 

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Fig. 8 Normality graphs of response variables. 

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Fig. 9 Desirability graphs of response variables. 

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