Titanium aluminides are characterised by low density, a high melting point as well as high corrosion resistance, high creep resistance and high tensile strength up to a temperature range of 750°C. These characteristics predestine this material for applications in the turbine and engine technology. The emphasis of the work lies in systematic investigations of the physical mechanisms during cutting of titnium aluminides. The results of the work should help to contribute guidelines for cutting of titanium aluminides so that the economic applications of this high performance material can be get possible due to the developed process kinematics.
This project is promoted thankworthily by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) (http://www.dfg.de/gepris/nachweise/255311.html).
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Dipl.-Wirt-Ing. Tolga Cayli
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