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Title: Modelling chip formation along the tool-chip interface in machining
Authors: Li, Xiaoping 
Issue Date: 1994
Source: Li, Xiaoping (1994). Modelling chip formation along the tool-chip interface in machining. SME Technical Paper (Series) MR : MR94-135/1. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this paper, theoretical analyses are given on chip formation along the tool-chip interface. A mathematical model for the secondary plastic deformation zone is developed using the slipline field theory. Chip material flow velocity distribution along the tool-chip interface is analyzed based on the slipline fielded analysis, and a theoretical model is developed for predicting the distribution. Also based on the slipline field analysis, a predictive model for the normal and shear stress distributions along the tool-chip interface is developed, from which the tool-chip plastic and total contact lengths and stress distributions can be predicted from cutting forces, chip thickness and cutting conditions.
Source Title: SME Technical Paper (Series) MR
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