Zhigao Chen, Fei Ding, Zhichao Zhang, Qiuyan Liao, Zheng Qiao, Yuan Jin, Mingjun Chen, Bo Wang

A Review on Machining SiCp/Al Composite Materials

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Control and Systems Engineering

SiCp/Al composite materials are widely used in various industries such as the aerospace and the electronics industries, primarily due to their excellent material properties. However, their machinability is significantly weakened due to their unique characteristics. Consequently, efficient and precise machining technology for SiCp/Al composite materials has become a crucial research area. By conducting a comprehensive analysis of the relevant research literature from both domestic and international sources, this study examines the processing mechanism, as well as the turning, milling, drilling, grinding, special machining, and hybrid machining characteristics, of SiCp/Al composite materials. Moreover, it summarizes the latest research progress in composite material processing while identifying the existing problems and shortcomings in this area. The aim of this review is to enhance the machinability of SiCp/Al composite materials and promote high-quality and efficient processing methods.

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