Paper Title:
Prediction of High Speed Machining Cutting Forces Using a Variable Flow Stress Machining Theory
  Abstract

A variable flow stress machining theory is described where it is used to predict the cutting forces associated with High Speed Machining (HSM) process. The predicted and experimental results for different materials and different cutting conditions are presented and compared and it is shown that the theory developed is capable of predicting the cutting forces and the other parameters associated with the HSM process. The extension of the theory to HSM has been successful within the machining conditions presented here in this paper. Further work is necessary to improve this theory further.

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Chengyong Wang, Ning He, Ming Chen and Chuanzhen Huang
Pages
128-133
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.188.128
Citation
P. Mathew, "Prediction of High Speed Machining Cutting Forces Using a Variable Flow Stress Machining Theory", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 188, pp. 128-133, 2011
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March 2011
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