Toward a better understanding of tool wear effect through a comparison between experiments and SPH numerical modelling of machining hard materials

@inproceedings{Limido2013TowardAB,
  title={Toward a better understanding of tool wear effect through a comparison between experiments and SPH numerical modelling of machining hard materials},
  author={J. Limido and M. Nouari and Carlos Espinosa and D. Coupard and Mathieu Sala{\"u}n and F. Girot and R. Chieragatti},
  year={2013}
}
  • J. Limido, M. Nouari, +4 authors R. Chieragatti
  • Published 2013

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