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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.
KeywordsShear Plane Cutting Speed Metal Cutting Shear Angle Torsion Test
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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