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Modeling of the abrasive tool wear in metal cutting: Influence of the sliding-sticking contact zones

Abstract : Tool wear and tool failure are some of the main critical problems in industrial manufacturing fields since they affect the quality of the machined part and raise the production costs. Impro ving our knowledge of wear mechanisms and capabilities of wear prediction are therefore of great importance in the machining process. Abrasion, adhesion and diffusion modes are usually identified as the three main wear modes that occur at the tool/chip and tool/workpiece interfaces ...
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Faycel Halila, Mohammed Nouari, Christophe Czarnota. Modeling of the abrasive tool wear in metal cutting: Influence of the sliding-sticking contact zones. 40th Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology and Tribochemistry Forum 2013, Sep 2013, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-01442244⟩

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