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Fundamental studies on stress distribution and frictional behaviour on interface between tool and chip in veneer cutting. V. Effect of pressure bar compression upon stress distribution and friction behaviour on tool rake face



Fundamental studies on stress distribution and frictional behaviour on interface between tool and chip in veneer cutting. V. Effect of pressure bar compression upon stress distribution and friction behaviour on tool rake face



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 24(9): 612-618



The stress distribution and frictional coefficient at the interface between tool and chip in veneer cutting using a sharp pressure bar were studied with the aid of the composite tool previously described.

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