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Friction analysis between tool and chip

[+] Author Affiliations
Min Wang

Beijing Institute of Technology (China) and Academy of Armored Forces Engineering (China) and Taiyuan Univ. of Science and Technology (China)

Binshi Xu

Beijing Institute of Technology (China) and Academy of Armored Forces Engineering (China)

Jiaying Zhang, Shiyun Dong

Academy of Armored Forces Engineering (China)

Proc. SPIE 7997, Fourth International Seminar on Modern Cutting and Measurement Engineering, 79970B (May 23, 2011); doi:10.1117/12.888596
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  • Fourth International Seminar on Modern Cutting and Measurement Engineering
  • Jiezhi Xin; Lianqing Zhu; Zhongyu Wang
  • Beijing, China | December 10, 2010

abstract

The elastic-plasticity mechanics are applied to analyze the friction between tool and chip. According to the slip-line field theory, a series of theoretical formula and the friction coefficient is derived between the tool and chip. So the cutting process can be investigated. Based on the Orthogonal Cutting Model and the Mohr's circle stress, the cutting mechanism of the cladding and the surface integrity of machining can be studied.

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Topics

Cladding ; Mechanics
Citation

Min Wang ; Binshi Xu ; Jiaying Zhang and Shiyun Dong
"Friction analysis between tool and chip", Proc. SPIE 7997, Fourth International Seminar on Modern Cutting and Measurement Engineering, 79970B (May 23, 2011); doi:10.1117/12.888596; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.888596


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