FLANK WEAR MODEL OF CUTTING TOOLS USING CONTROL THEORY.

@inproceedings{Koren1977FLANKWM,
  title={FLANK WEAR MODEL OF CUTTING TOOLS USING CONTROL THEORY.},
  author={Yoram Koren},
  year={1977}
}
A model of the flank wear of cutting tools is developed by using linear control theory. The flank wear is assumed to consist of a mechanically activated and a thermally activated component. The wear process is mathematicall y treated as a feedback process, whereby the progressive wear raises the cutting forces and temperature thereby increasing the thermally activated wear-rate, and contributes to the mechanically activated wear. A mathematical expression for the flank wear growth is derived… CONTINUE READING

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