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|Title:||Mechanics of machining of face-milling operation performed using a self-propelled round insert milling cutter|
|Keywords:||Cutting Force Model|
|Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA|
|Citation:||JOURNAL OF MATERIALS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY, 171(1), 68-76|
|Abstract:||There has been a renewed interest in the technology of rotary tools because of their ability to perform more productive machining and the concurrent evolution of a number of new 'difficult-to-machine' materials. This paper presents an investigation into the application of rotary tools in a face-milling operation. The work involved analysis of cutting forces and chip characteristics, and the development of analytical as well as conceptual models to predict the cutting forces. It was evident that the proposed model predicts cutting force magnitude with a fair accuracy. (c) 2005|
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