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Investigation of mechanical characteristics of GFRP composites produced from chopped glass fiber and application of taguchi methods to turning operations
SN Applied Sciences
Glass fiber-reinforced plastic (GFRP) composites take place in engineering materials owing to their low-weight and high-mechanical properties. In some cases, they need to be shaped by machining before using in industrial applications. However, when these composites are machined, many problems such as bad surface quality, rapid tool wear are encountered. Therefore, optimization of cutting parameters is essential to eliminate or minimize these problems. In this study, GFRP composites weredoi:10.1007/s42452-020-2684-5 fatcat:phayvecezbherotnet7l5izsdy