An idealized model of the orthogonal metal cutting process is used to determine the stresses, strain rates, and temperatures at the tool rake face for the machining of several materials under dry, unlubricated conditions, where a continuous chip is produced with an absence of a built-up edge. An attempt is made to correlate stress with strain rate and temperature using a temperature compensated strain rate parameter, and velocity modified temperature.

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