Thermodynamic instabilities in machining processes. 1. General solution of a mathematical model

  • M. L. Kheifets
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Abstract

The author considers a mathematical model that describes the formation of thermodynamic instabilities (outgrowths, adiabatic shifts, and others) in machining processes in the context of mesoscopic, microscopic, and macroscopic approaches to the technological system.

Keywords

Mathematical Model Statistical Physic General Solution Machine Process Technological System 

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