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Wood cutting with a pendulum dynamometer. VI. Relation among cutting energy, cutting force and type of chip formation



Wood cutting with a pendulum dynamometer. VI. Relation among cutting energy, cutting force and type of chip formation



Wood Res., Kyoto. 39, 1-12



Using similar methods and materials, the relations between energy consumption and cutting force (measured by an electrical-resistance strain gauge) were determined, for different lengths of specimen, depths of cut (d.), cutting directions, cutting angles (c.a.) and pendulum weight. The radial component of the cutting force tended to increase rapidly with increasing d. and c.a., and was greater in dry than in wet specimens.

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