Grinding is defined as machining, using tools with a large number of geometrically undefined cutting edges with mostly negative rake angles, which are composed of natural or synthetic abrasive material retained by a bonding material. The chip formation is characterized by a noncontinuous contact and a high relative velocity between the abrasive grains and the workpiece.
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