Thermoelectric wear in tools

@article{Bagchi1973ThermoelectricWI,
  title={Thermoelectric wear in tools},
  author={H. Bagchi and S. K. Basu},
  journal={Wear},
  year={1973},
  volume={26},
  pages={39-44}
}
Abstract Thermoelectric tool wear was measured by the thermocurrent generated in Machine-Tool-Workpiece-Machine (MTWM) circuit. The relationship between thermocurrent and the cutting parameters in the machining of EN 24 steel with a carbide tool and the significance of the influencing parameters are assessed statistically. 
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