EFFECT OF TOOL FLANK WEAR ON SIMULATED TOOL WEAR PHENOMENON IN CUTTING

EFFECT OF TOOL FLANK WEAR ON SIMULATED TOOL WEAR PHENOMENON IN CUTTING

EFFECT OF TOOL FLANK WEAR ON SIMULATED TOOL WEAR PHENOMENON IN ORTHOGONAL AND OBLIQUE CUTTING PROCESSES

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2020-03-17 )

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This book titled, Effect of Tool Flank Wear on Simulated Tool Wear Phenomenon in Orthogonal and Oblique Cutting Processes is presented in the most practical and theoretical way. The main focus of the book is to examine the effect of tool flank wear on orthogonal and oblique cutting processes. The book has noted that wear of tool flank does not affect the basic cutting variables such as shear angle, frictional angle and shear stress in terms of qualitative and quantitative measures, but causes an increase in the cutting forces as a result of rubbing or ploughing forces on the wearland with indication of the thrust force exhibiting more sensitivity to cutting tool flank wear. Predictive orthogonal and oblique cutting force models were developed and validated using turning operation tests and statistical analyses. This book may be useful to Masters and Ph.D research students in machining and as a primary basis for developing tool condition monitoring strategies. The book has concluded that tool flank wear has significant effect on cutting forces and that, the models can give adequate prediction for the cutting forces in orthogonal and oblique cutting when tool flank wear is present.

Book Details:

ISBN-13:

978-620-2-51322-7

ISBN-10:

6202513225

EAN:

9786202513227

Book language:

English

By (author) :

Tertsegha Ipilakyaa

Number of pages:

232

Published on:

2020-03-17

Category:

Mechanical engineering, manufacturing technology