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Basic analysis of mechanism in wood-cutting. Analysis of cutting energy in orthogonal cutting parallel to grain



Basic analysis of mechanism in wood-cutting. Analysis of cutting energy in orthogonal cutting parallel to grain



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 20(2): 77-82



Reports a study of the consumption of cutting energy by deformation of the chips and friction between knife and chip in planing processes producing two types of chip.

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