Date

1969

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Industrial Engineering

First Adviser

George E. Kane

Abstract

An investigation into chip breaker designs which will result in the proper chip control is presented in this thesis. The investigation of the premise that chip breakers placed roughly normal to the direction of chip flow would have the greatest likelihood of breaking the chip, was simplified by the use of chip flow angle equations. After the accuracy of these equations was verified, it was possible to construct the chip breaker face at a ninety degree angle to the chip flow direction.

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