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Metal Cutting Mechanics

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Title: Metal Cutting Mechanics
Author: Viktor P Astakhov
ISBN: 0367400146 / 9780367400149
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 320
Publisher: CRC Press
Year: 2019
Availability: 2 to 3 weeks
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Metal Cutting Mechanics outlines the fundamentals of metal cutting analysis, reducing the extent of empirical approaches to the problems as well as bridging the gap between design and manufacture. The author distinguishes his work from other works through these aspects:
o considering the system engineering of the cutting process
o identifying the singularity of the cutting process among other closely related manufacturing processes by chip formation, caused by bending and shear stresses in the deformation zone
o suggesting a distinctive way toward predictability of the metal cutting process
o devoting special attention to experimental methodology
Metal Cutting Mechanics provides an exceptional balance between general reading and research analysis, presenting industrial and academic requirements in terms of basic scientific factors as well as application potential.

Derives a new velocity diagram for chip formation in metal cutting
Illustrates the use and relevance of strain and strain rate
Considers the relevant properties of workpiece materials
Uses the mathematical theory of system to show the essential factors of the cutting system
Presents a nonlinear finite element analysis
Outlines experimental methodologies
Introduces and demonstrates the use of similarity numbers

Reasons for Studying Metal Cutting
History of Metal Cutting
Basic Problems Requiring Solution
Parallel-Sided Deformation Zone Theory
The Role of Engineering Plasticity in Metal Cutting Studies
Application of the Slip Line Method to the Analysis of the Shear Zone Model with Parallel Boundaries
Analysis of Plastic Deformation in Metal Cutting
Strain Rate in Metal Cutting
Work Material Consideration
What Has to Be Predicted According to the Existing Theories
Review of Attempts Made to Predict Shear Flow Stress
What Has to Be Predicted in Reality?
Experimental Verification
The Cause of Significant Discrepancy in Reported Results
Nature of Plastic Deformation in Polycrystalline Materials
Fracture of Ductile Polycrystalline/Fracture Strain Determination
Mechanism of Fracture in Metal Cutting
Fracture Strain Determination
System Approach
Observation Part of Existent Studies on Chip Formation
System and Assemblage
Cutting System
Finite Element Simulation
Computational Details of Simulation
Applications of FEM
Results and Discussions
Methodology of Experimental Studies in Metal Cutting
Similarity Methods in Metal Cutting
Temperature Measurements in Metal Cutting
Cutting Force Measurements
Appendix: Cutting Tool Geometry
A1 - Tool-in-Hand System
A2 - Tool-in-Machine System (Setting System)
A3 - Tool-in-Use System
A4 - Determination of the Uncut Chip Cross-Section for Non-Free and Non-Orthogonal Cutting Conditions

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