Material Flow in Cutting of Metals Affected by Low Frequency Modulation - A Review

[Akhilesh Kumar Jha, Kishor S. Rambhad, Mayur Bhosale] Volume 4: Issue 4, Dec 2017, pp 69-72


DOI: 10.26706/IJAEFEA.4.4.20171006
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Abstract — This paper has been exhibited for different part of the misshapening field, material stream, and mechanics of chip division in cutting of metals with superimposed low-recurrence tweak (1000 HZ) are described at the mesoscale utilizing rapid imaging and molecule picture of velocimetry (PIV).

Index Terms — Cutting, Contact mechanics, Energy conservation, Velocity-Modulation

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