Influence of temperature on the anisotropic cutting behaviour of single crystal silicon: a molecular dynamics simulation investigation

Saeed Zare Chavoshi, Saurav Goel, Xichun Luo

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Using molecular dynamics (MD) simulation, this paper investigates anisotropic cutting behaviour of single crystal silicon in vacuum under a wide range of substrate temperatures (300 K, 500 K, 750 K, 850 K, 1173 K and 1500 K). Specific cutting energy, force ratio, stress in the cutting zone and cutting temperature were the indicators used to quantify the differences in the cutting behaviour of silicon. A key observation was that the specific cutting energy required to cut the (111) surface of silicon and the von Mises stress to yield the silicon reduces by 25% and 32%, respectively, at 1173 K compared to what is required at 300 K. The room temperature cutting anisotropy in the von Mises stress and the room temperature cutting anisotropy in the specific cutting energy (work done by the tool in removing unit volume of material) were obtained as 12% and 16% respectively. It was observed that this changes to 20% and 40%, respectively, when cutting was performed at 1500 K, signifying a very strong correlation between the anisotropy observed during cutting and the machining temperature. Furthermore, using the atomic strain criterion, the width of primary shear zone was found to vary with the orientation of workpiece surface and temperature i.e. it remains narrower while cutting the (111) surface of silicon or at higher machining temperatures. A major anecdote of the study based on the potential function employed in the study is that, irrespective of the cutting plane or the cutting temperature, the state of the cutting edge of the diamond tool did not show direct diamond to graphitic phase transformation.
LanguageEnglish
Pages201-210
Number of pages10
JournalJournal of Manufacturing Processes
Volume23
Early online date17 Jul 2016
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 Aug 2016

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Molecular dynamics
Single crystals
Silicon
Computer simulation
Temperature
Anisotropy
Dynamic simulation
Diamonds
Machining
Energy
Phase transitions
Vacuum

Keywords

  • molecular dynamics
  • single crystal silicon
  • anisotropy
  • cutting temperature

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