Cutting Force Modeling
- Cutting Force
Is a force that is generated by the cutting tool as it machines the workpiece. It can be divided into primary and secondary cutting forces.
- Primary Cutting Force
Is a cutting force that is directly generated by the relative motion of the cutting tool with respect to the workpiece during machining. It occurs in the same direction as cutting tool movement.
- Secondary Cutting Force
Is a cutting force that is generated in response to primary cutting forces, for example, vibrations during the machining.
- Cutting Forces Modeling
The mathematical representation of a machining process in order to study the effects of varying process parameters on the cutting forces.
Theory and Application
Machining is a process of chip formation. Although the final purpose is to obtain a determined form and shape from the cutting of the material, this has to be done by creating defined chips. Thus machining is a process in which the...
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