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Frictional coefficients on the rake face in wood cutting by feeding the knife into a workpiece during the sliding of the knife



Frictional coefficients on the rake face in wood cutting by feeding the knife into a workpiece during the sliding of the knife



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 34(3): 266-270



Normal (N) and frictional (F) forces of the cutting force acting on the rake face were measured while cutting air-dried specimens of sugi and white seraya The frictional coefficient ( mu ) was the ratio F/N. The effects on mu of the ratio of the sliding velocity to the feeding velocity at various inclination angles of the knife were clarified. When cutting white seraya, mu was much smaller than when cutting sugi.

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