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Tribology of metal cutting
Chapter 1. Generalized Model of Chip Formation Chapter 2. Energy Partition in the Cutting System Chapter 3. Tribology of the Tool-Chip and Tool-Workpiece Interfaces based on the System Model ChapterExpand
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Tools (Geometry and Material) and Tool Wear
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This chapter presents the basic definitions and visualisations of the major components of the cutting tool geometry important in the consideration of the machining process. Expand
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The assessment of cutting tool wear
Abstract Flank wear of cutting tools is often selected as the tool life criterion because it determines the diametric accuracy of machining, its stability and reliability. This paper argues that theExpand
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The assessment of plastic deformation in metal cutting
Abstract Because plastic deformation is a nuisance in the metal cutting process, its proper account is of high interest. A new meaning for the chip compression ratio is discussed showing that, on theExpand
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A METHODOLOGY FOR PRACTICAL CUTTING FORCE EVALUATION BASED ON THE ENERGY SPENT IN THE CUTTING SYSTEM
This paper presents a methodology for practical estimation of cutting force and cutting power. Based on a previously proposed definition, the power spent in metal cutting is the summation of fourExpand
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Metal Cutting Mechanics
Introduction General Reasons for Studying Metal Cutting History of Metal Cutting Basic Problems Requiring Solution Parallel-Sided Deformation Zone Theory The Role of Engineering Plasticity in MetalExpand
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Machining of Hard Materials – Definitions and Industrial Applications
In its broad definition, hard machining is machining of parts with a hardness of above 45 HRC, although most frequently the process concerns hardnesses of 58 to 68 HRC. The workpiece materialsExpand
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Chip structure classification based on mechanics of its formation
Abstract Understanding chip formation is the first step to good chip control, a necessity for automated machining. Such understanding results in the prediction of chip breakability for a wide rangeExpand
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Effects of the cutting feed, depth of cut, and workpiece (bore) diameter on the tool wear rate
Most published studies on metal cutting regard the cutting speed as having the greatest influence on tool wear and, thus, tool life, while other parameters and characteristics of the cutting processExpand
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Ecological Machining: Near-dry Machining
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This chapter points out major ways to reduce the ecological and health impacts of metal working fluids (MWFs). Expand
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