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Influence of the hole surface integrity on the fatigue strength of an aluminium drilled part

Abstract : Fatigue strengths of aluminium 2024-T351 open-hole specimens drilled by axial and orbital drilling processes are compared. Two drilling diameters (Ø) are studied: 6.35 mm and 9.53 mm. Surface integrity characterization tests are conducted in order to study the link between drilling processes, surface integrity and fatigue life. Fatigue test results show an increase of the fatigue life for specimens drilled by axial drilling for Ø = 9.53 mm and no significant difference in fatigue life between the two drilling processes for Ø = 6.35 mm. Surface integrity results show no impact of the roughness on the fatigue strength but a potential positive influence of the hole microhardness on the fatigue life.
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Alexandra Lacombe, Yann Landon, Manuel Paredes, Clément Chirol, Audrey Benaben. Influence of the hole surface integrity on the fatigue strength of an aluminium drilled part. International Joint Conference on Mechanics, Design Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing, Jun 2020, Aix-en-Provence, France. ⟨hal-03008318⟩

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