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Rajeev Sharma

Vikas Sharma

Kamal Sharma

  1. Reseach Scholar Department of Mechanical Engineering, GLA University. Mathura Uttar Pradesh India
  2. Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering. GLA University, Mathura Uttar Pradesh India
  3. Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering, GLA University, Mathura Uttar Pradesh India


The study modified its goal to energy-intensive titanium alloys, contrasting traditional and high-speed machining processes. According to the study, a solution is needed to reduce or optimize energy use. So, a machined component energy footprint model was created. Several cutting speeds were used to calculate (k). Material removal rates were compared to cutting speeds for a range of materials and levels of detail. A strategy for selecting optimal cutting conditions was then created and tested. An optimal tool life equation that meets the most minor energy conditions was constructed. From this, each material’s specific energy was determined. Machinability is the ease with which a material can be cut while maintaining a high standard of tool life and finished product quality. Most electricity went to non-cutting processes. Most energy goes to the spindle, control computer, and cooling fans. Non-cutting tasks require the most power on a CNC lathe. Cutting used 13 to 36% of the machining energy for various workpiece materials. When comparing the required energy for various technological alloys for a given volume of product removal, machining at a higher speed or with a greater volumetric removal rate results in lower energy usage. Energy requirements are also affected by the nature of the material used. A machine shop’s carbon footprint can be determined with this work if its electricity source is known. Carbon emissions from industry can be lowered by switching to more energy-efficient production methods

Keywords: Energy Consumption, Turning Process, workpiece, materials (titanium alloys), optimal tool life, cutting, machinability, CNC lathe.

How to cite this article: Rajeev Sharma, Vikas Sharma, Kamal Sharma. THE EFFECTS OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION ON THE TURNING PROCESS FOR VARIOUS WORK-PIECE MATERIALS. Journal of Polymer and Composites. 2024; ():-.
How to cite this URL: Rajeev Sharma, Vikas Sharma, Kamal Sharma. THE EFFECTS OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION ON THE TURNING PROCESS FOR VARIOUS WORK-PIECE MATERIALS. Journal of Polymer and Composites. 2024; ():-. Available from:

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Received December 12, 2022
Accepted May 7, 2024
Published June 11, 2024