29 October 2007

Special issue: Tribology of metal cutting

International Journal of Machining and Machinability of Materials 2(3/4) 2007 is a special issue: Tribology of metal cutting.

Article titles:
* Editorial: tribology at the forefront of study and research on metal cutting
* Tool wear mechanisms in machining
* Ductile fracture mechanics and chip separation in cutting
* Recent advances in plasticity applications in metal machining: slip-line models for machining with rounded cutting edge restricted contact grooved tools
* Development of a friction model for the tool-chip-workpiece interfaces during dry machining of AISI4142 steel with TiN coated carbide cutting tools
* Machining residual stresses and part distortions
* Influence of tool sharpness on the thermal and mechanical phenomena generated during machining operations
* Wear of mixed alumina ceramic tools in high speed facing of Inconel 718
* Numerical modelling of meso-scale finish machining with finite edge radius tools
* Effect of emulsifier content on microbial contamination of cutting fluids

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