Master of Science
George E. Krauss
This thesis investigated a remote thermocouple technique for sensing cutting-tool temperatures in a turning operation with cutting fluid. The purpose of the investigation was to determine what factors, if any, influence the thermocouple outputs. The feasibility of the thermocouple temperature as a predictor of tool crater wear was also studied.
Powers, Joseph William Jr., "An investigation of remote thermocouple cutting tool temperatures when machining with cutting fluid" (1971). Theses and Dissertations. 3957.