An Experimental Investigation Ecm of Titanium 6AL-4V-ELI Alloy With Different Electrolytes


Vikas Sharma, M.E scholar, P.S Rao, Professor, Mohd. Yunus Khan, Ph.d, Research scholar
Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training and Research (NITTTR), Chandigarh India.
Hemant kumar, M.E scholar
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sirda Institute of engineering technology Sunder nagar distt Mandi, India.


ECM can fabricate high surface quality and tranquil surface items. It is non-conventional machining methods that can effective use to work on hard to machine materials, for example, Composite steel, Ti alloys, super alloys etc. ECM process finds applicability in various industries like manufacturing of turbine blades, nozzles, components of fuel injection system, ordnance components etc. In this experimental study, electrochemical machining of Ti-6Al-4V ELI alloy with different electrolytes with Copper tool was conducted. The electrolytes used were NaCl, NaNO3 and KCl. In view of astounding erosion opposition, high explicit efficiency and cryogenic properties, titanium alloy are widely used in marine construction, clinical and material projects. In various sectors such as aviation and automotive firms, titanium compound is commonly used as it has great solidarity with the proportion of weight. Due to the localization of chemical reactions in small areas, material removal rates are still high relative to other machining methods.