• Mark J. JacksonEmail author
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It has been known for a long time that a size effect exists in metal cutting, where the specific energy increases with decrease in deformation size.


Shear Plane Cutting Speed Metal Cutting Shear Angle Torsion Test 
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The author acknowledges permission to reproduce parts of this chapter from the following publication: ‘Micro and Nanomanufacturing, Compiled and Edited by M. J. Jackson, Chap. 4, ‘Meso-micromachining’ by M. C. Shaw and M. J. Jackson, pp. 143–190, re-printed with kind permission from Springer Science + Business Media B.V. (Permission Received February 22, 2012).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.High Performance MaterialsSaint-Gobain AbrasivesNorthboroughUSA

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