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Fundamental studies on stress distribution and frictional behaviour on interface between tool and chip in veneer cutting. I. Method of cutting resistance measurement with composite tool divided into two parts. II. Stress distribution on tool rake face



Fundamental studies on stress distribution and frictional behaviour on interface between tool and chip in veneer cutting. I. Method of cutting resistance measurement with composite tool divided into two parts. II. Stress distribution on tool rake face



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 23(10): 472-479; 480-486



I. Stress distribution measurements were made using a composite tool divided into two parts parallel to the cutting edge. The principles of measurement of the forces acting on the rake face and on the edge of the tool are described. The mean normal and the frictional stress acting on the rake face are determined by means of the equations derived.II.

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