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Measurements of acoustic emissions in wood cutting with a super surfacer II. Effects of cutting speed and bias angle on acoustic emission characteristics in cutting parallel and perpendicular to the grain



Measurements of acoustic emissions in wood cutting with a super surfacer II. Effects of cutting speed and bias angle on acoustic emission characteristics in cutting parallel and perpendicular to the grain



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(6): 724-728



The peak of the acoustic emission (AE) signal was detected in the frequency range of 0.3-0.4 MHz. The AE level increased with increasing cutting speeds. In this case, as the bias angle increased, the increased rate in the AE level decreased. With increasing bias angles the AE levels in cutting parallel to the grain decreased slightly, and that in cutting perpendicular to the grain decreased markedly.

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