On a basis of the theory of metal plastic deformation there are determined analytical ties between speed, power and temperature factors of machining with parameters of machinery surface layers defining their resistance to fatigue destructions. The paper reports the technological assurance options for resistance to fatigue by means of the control of such surface layer state parameters of machinery as dislocations density and a grain size of structure material.
fatigue resistance, dislocation density, grain size, technological factors, finish turning, diamond smoothing
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