Date

1973

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Mechanical Engineering

First Adviser

Edward K. Levy

Abstract

The results of a numerical finite difference analysis of the transient temperature variations in a tool-chip system subject to prescribed rates of heat generation in the primary shear zone and along the tool-chip interface are presented. These results are used to identify optimum locations in the tool for remote thermocouple sensors and to study the influence of cratering and cutting conditions on the output of the remote thermocouple sensors. ...

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