The A new Slip Line Theory For Orthogonal Cutting Mech Paper Presentation is about the orthogonal cutting suggested by Timae which is the formation of chip model with single shear plane. Merchant and Zvorykin have used the model problems including less force and energy and single shear plane.

 The Palmer and Oxley had utilized technique of cinema and material particles in the deformation zone. They have utilized Henky and balance moment equations. The important problem used in this concept is stress distribution and it is essential to create an assumption on balance force equations. Lee and Shaffer first suggested the plastic deformation.

 The experiment is caused in many methods to measure stress. Zorev and Bobrov have utilized concept of split-tool. It is based on built-up-edge formation and agglutination among tool parts. Gordon altered split-tool design dynamometer to reduce the influenced forces. Bagchi and Wright had used photo-elastic sapphire tool which decreases the errors of split-tool method.

 Friction and normal stress distribution uses classical theory of plasticity. The tool chip is precise between analytical methods to express the parameter. The theoretical and experimental distribution presents good model to the actual conditions. Based on stress distribution, the formula is predicted for forces.

Conclusion:

It is concluded that imaginary shear line agrees with the trajectory principle. This present data deals about important deformation zone, stress distribution, tool-chip contact length, and evidence of the model. The experimental research should validate speed of force. The stress distribution is used like an analysis of tool crater wear, temperature phenomena area, and tool strength determination.

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