Abstract

The analytical calculation of tool-chip interface temperature has been extended to the plain peripheral milling process. The solution of the equations presented enables an investigation of the effects of material and process variables to be made from fundamental cutting data. It was found that the intermittent nature of this cutting process increases the percentage of heat flow from the tool-chip interface into the tool as compared with single-point turning. A slight increase in the workpiece temperature has a more pronounced influence on the tool-chip interface temperature than would a similar increase in the tool temperature.

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