Journal article

Fundamental studies of driven and self-propelled rotary tool cutting processes-II. Experimental investigation

EJA Armarego, V Karri, AJR Smith

International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture | Published : 1994


An extensive experimental investigation has been carried out to verify the developed mechanics of cutting analyses for the fundamental driven and self-propelled rotary tool cutting processes. This involved testing the dynamic or perfect equivalence between the rotary tool and equivalent classical processes over a wide range of inclination angles, cut thickness and rake angles using statistical processing techniques. The collinearity conditions at the shear plane and rake face have also been tested as part of the model verification. It has been shown that all the force components, deformation and basic cutting parameter trends and quantities required for perfect equivalence have been satisfie..

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