Metal Cutting Theory and Practice

Metal Cutting Theory and Practice
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David A. Stephenson , John S. Agapiou
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13 أبريل 2020
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Metal Cutting Theory and Practice
David A. Stephenson , John S. Agapiou
Contents
Preface iii
1. Introduction 1
Scope of the Subject 1
Historical Development 2
Types of Production 9
References 10
2. Metal Cutting Operations and Machine Tools 12
Introduction 12
Basic Machining Operations and Conventional Machine Tools
Production Machine Tools 64
Machining Centers and Cellular Manufacturing Systems 67
Machine Tool Structures 76
Slides and Guideways 86
Axis Drives 95
Spindles
Coolant Systems 122
Tool Changing Systems 123
References 126
3. Cutting Tools 137
Introduction 137
Cutting Tool Materials 137
Tool Coatings 155
Basic Types of Cutting Tools 164
Turning Tools 167
Boring Tools 179Page vi
Milling Tools 189
Drilling Tools 205
Reamers 245
Threading Tools 251
Grinding Wheels 264
Microsizing and Honing Tools 273
Burnishing Tools 277
References 279
4. Toolholders and Workholders 286
Introduction 286
Toolholding Systems 287
Toolholder/Spindle Connections 304
Cutting Tool Clamping Systems 357
Balancing Requirements for Toolholders 390
Fixtures 395
References 4035. Chip Formation 408
Introduction 408
Types of Chips 408
Primary Plastic Deformation in Continuous Chip Formation
Tool-Chip Friction and Secondary Deformation 420
Chip Control 427
Burr Formation and Control 434
References 439
6. Mechanics of Cutting 447
Introduction 447
Measurement of Cutting Forces and Chip Thickness 447
Force Components 450
Empirical Force Models 455
Specific Cutting Energy 459
Shear Plane and Slip Line Theories for Continuous
Chip Formation
Shear Plane Models for Oblique Cutting 4666.8
Shear Zone Models
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