An Investigation on Improved Theoretical Modelling for Surface Generation in Nanometric Cutting

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In this paper, the existing models micro/nanometric cutting mechanics and physics are critically reviewed including ductile mode cutting models, cutting forces models and surface generation models. A comparison study is carried out each aspect of the three groups of models being considered. The combination and formulation of these models into one integrated model is to be performed in order to accrue benefits arising from the advantages of each model. This paper concludes with further discussion on the concepts for the improved modelling and possible development of new models.

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Michael N. Morgan, Andrew Shaw and Otar Mgaloblishvili

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156-161

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.496.156

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W. Sawangsri and K. Cheng, "An Investigation on Improved Theoretical Modelling for Surface Generation in Nanometric Cutting", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 496, pp. 156-161, 2012

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December 2011

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