Characteristics and Effects on a Machine-Tool Due to Grazing Motions of a Friction Boundary
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The machine-tool interactions are studied with respect to the chip/tool friction boundary on the tool-piece rake face. The grazing motions with this chip/tool friction boundary are the focus of the study and how the effects are identified quantitatively. This study considers the transient motion of the machine-tool and will provide a framework for prediction of such grazing motions. The proposed study will include prediction through a range of excitation and system parameters. The significance of this lay within the application and the general approach to the definition of grazing via discontinuous systems theory. ©2010 by ASME.
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Gegg, B. C., & Suh, S. S.