Analysis of the Cutting of a Blank with Scissors

  • N. I. Krylov
  • E. M. Tret’yakov
  • R. I. Nepershin


Plastic deformations which precede the cleavage of a blank are not taken into account in a large portion of the well-known studies of the resistance to cutting of a blank (sheet) [1–5].


Normal Stress Front Surface Slip Line Plastic Region Rear Surface 
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  • N. I. Krylov
  • E. M. Tret’yakov
  • R. I. Nepershin

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