Investigation of the process of surface formation during mechanoelectrochemical processing of aluminum alloys
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This article discusses the results of experimental studies on the processing of aluminum alloys AS12 and AS7 by combined methods of shaping, including both mechanical turning and milling, with the imposition of an electrochemical effect on each of them. The study confirms the effectiveness of the combined effect on low-melting, hard-to-cut metals and their alloys

aluminum, AS7, AS12, milling, finishing, roughness, combined machining, quality parameters, modes, cutting fluid
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