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Corrosion and wear of sawblade steels
  • A. Krilov
  • Materials Science
  • Wood Science and Technology
  • 1 December 1986
SummaryThe process of stress corrosion cracking was studied in a range of six commercial hardwood species and four standard types of sawblade steel. The combined effects of corrosion and wear ofExpand
Dimensional saw-chip configuration
  • A. Krilov
  • Materials Science
  • Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff
  • 1 August 1977
Fundamental sawmilling studies, particularly in orthogonal cutting, have already indicated in what manner the tool forces cause colnpression and shear failures in the wood aheacl of the cutting edgeExpand
Effect of thermal high-frequency surface hardening on the hardness and microstructure of bandsaw teeth
  • A. Krilov
  • Materials Science
  • Wood Science and Technology
  • 1 September 1976
SummaryExamination of the bandsaw teeth (1) untreated, (2) swaged and (3) treated by thermal high-frequency surface hardening method has shown that their average microhardness is 473 DPN (<46 Rc),Expand
Non destructive method for continuous sawtooth wear assessment
  • A. Krilov
  • Chemistry
  • Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff
  • 1 September 1979
This method consists essentially in capturing the iron particles lost by the sawblade during the operational cycle and assessing them quantitatively according to their fundamental properties.Expand
Sawblade design: theory and practical application
  • A. Krilov
  • Materials Science
  • Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff
  • 1 July 1985
It is generally well known that any alteration in sawtooth shape can influence blade performance considerably. While the effect of such general alterations in shape is seldom quantified in practice,Expand
Colorimetric method for high frequency treated bandsaw blades
Abstract An ndt technique has been developed in which the hardness of high frequency hardened bandsaw blades can be determined using a non-destructive colorimetric method. The novel concept is basedExpand
Debarking of fibrous-barked hardwoods by ultra-high pressure water jets
  • A. Krilov
  • Environmental Science
  • Wood Science and Technology
  • 1 June 1983
SummaryUltra-high pressure water jets, operating at 48 300 kPa through a ring-type No. 6 nozzle with 15° fan and 1.57 mm diameter opening, were used in practical trials for debarking several hardwoodExpand
Sawblade design: theory and practical application
  • A. Krilov
  • Materials Science
  • Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff
  • 1 August 1985
Practical sawing tests were carried out in a sawmill with conventional type (C) sawblades and with types (M) and (E) according to defined test conditions. Type (E) sawblades proved to be clearlyExpand
Toward the Re-appraisal of the influence of basic wood characteristics on sawblade potential
  • A. Krilov
  • Engineering
  • Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff
  • 1 April 1980
A mathematical expression covering the cumulative influence of all basic wood parameters on sawblade behaviour has been established. Theoretically analysed and supported by statistical examination ofExpand
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