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Fundamental studies on stress distribution and frictional behaviour on interface between tool and chip in veneer cutting. IV. Some considerations on veneer cutting phenomenon by tool with restricted tool-chip contact length



Fundamental studies on stress distribution and frictional behaviour on interface between tool and chip in veneer cutting. IV. Some considerations on veneer cutting phenomenon by tool with restricted tool-chip contact length



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 24(1): 19-25



A continuing study of the stress concentrations on the tool edge and the frictional coefficients on the tool, and their effects on veneer quality.

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