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By Hans Kurt Toenshoff, Berend Denkena

ISBN-10: 3642332560

ISBN-13: 9783642332562

ISBN-10: 3642332579

ISBN-13: 9783642332579

Manufacturing is the fundamental commercial task producing genuine price. slicing and abrasive applied sciences are the spine of precision creation in computer, car and plane development in addition to of construction of purchaser items. We current the data of recent production in those applied sciences at the foundation of medical learn. the speculation of slicing and abrasive techniques and the data approximately their program in commercial perform are a prerequisite for the reports of producing technological know-how and an incredible a part of the curriculum of the grasp examine in German mechanical engineering. the root of this ebook is our lecture “Basics of slicing and abrasive procedures” (4 semester hours/3 credits hours) on the Leibniz collage Hannover, which we provide to the degree and grasp scholars focusing on production science.

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Each of them relates to different chip volume ratios. Long chips, like ribbon chips, snarled chips and flat helical chips, are disadvantageous and can endanger persons, tools, workpieces and the machine tool. , in drilling) or if the operator is not adequately protected (eye injuries). Spiral chips and helical chip segments are most favorable. To obtain favorable chip forms, the chip has to be broken down to segments. This can be done by primary chip control or by secondary chip control. Primary chip control is obtained by discontinuous chip formation.

In drilling) or if the operator is not adequately protected (eye injuries). Spiral chips and helical chip segments are most favorable. To obtain favorable chip forms, the chip has to be broken down to segments. This can be done by primary chip control or by secondary chip control. Primary chip control is obtained by discontinuous chip formation. , brittle materials with low plastic ductility which already break during the chip formation process. They are called short-chipping materials. With segmented or continuous chip formation, secondary chip control has to be enforced after the actual chip formation process.

In fact, kc is not a force acting on the cross section of the undeformed chip, i. e. a stress, but the energy per volume 52 4 Forces and Powers in Cutting and Abrasive Processes Fig. 2 Undeformed chip cross section with undeformed chip parameters unit; respectively a power per material removal rate measured in J/mm3. Often, the dimension N/mm2 is used, but this should not lead to the misinterpretation of ec or kc being a stress or even a pressure. kc depends on the shape of the undeformed chip cross section, which is determined by the undeformed chip parameters h and b respectively the cutting parameters ap and f (for tools with multiple cutting edges: ap and fz).

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