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Acoustic emission monitoring of wood cutting. III. Effect of cutting angle on AE characteristics in cutting parallel and perpendicular to the grain


Acoustic emission monitoring of wood cutting. III. Effect of cutting angle on AE characteristics in cutting parallel and perpendicular to the grain



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 36(4): 269-275



ISSN/ISBN: 0021-4795

The effect of cutting angle on acoustic emission (AE) was studied in cutting parallel and perpendicular to the grain. The AE signal generated during cutting was of the continuous type, with the burst type overlapping. AE level increased with cutting angle to a maximum at 40 degrees and then decreased; this variation was linked to the process of chip formation. AE level was greater in cutting parallel to the grain and was greater for meranti (Shorea) than for spruce (Picea) wood.

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