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Inverse Identification of the Ductile Failure Law for Ti6Al4V Based on Orthogonal Cutting Experimental Outcomes
Despite the prevalence of machining, tools and cutting conditions are often chosen based on empirical databases, which are hard to be made, and they are only valid in the range of conditions tested to develop it. Predictive ...
A Controlled Thermoalgesic Stimulation Device for Exploring Novel Pain Perception Biomarkers
Objective: To develop a new device for identifying physiological markers of pain perception by reading the brain's electrical activity and hemodynamic interactions while applying thermoalgesic stimulation. Methods: We ...
A Note on Interpreting Tool Temperature Measurements from Thermography
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
Thermography (thermal imaging) is a well-established experimental method for studying cutting tool temperature distributions. In one form, cutting edge temperatures within the chip / tool contact area are deduced from ...
Determining tool/chip temperatures from thermography measurements in metal cutting
Temperature measurement in metal cutting is of central importance as tool wear and surface integrity have been demonstrated to be temperature dependent. In this context, infrared thermography is presented as a reliable ...
Uncertainty of Temperature Measurements in Dry Orthogonal Cutting of Titanium Alloys
Infrared radiation thermometer is used to measure the temperature of tool during dry orthogonal cutting of titanium alloys. The accuracy of measured temperature depends on several parameters such as the experimental set-up, ...
Metal cutting experiments and modelling for improved determination of chip/tool contact temperature by infrared thermography
(Elsevier Ltd, 2015)
Temperature measurement in metal cutting at the chip and work contact is of central importance due to temperature dependence of tool wear and surface integrity. Infrared thermography is commonly employed to determine the ...