PECULIARITY IN THE GRINDING OF HARDENED STEEL.

K. Nakayama, J. Takagi, T. Nakano

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    Abstract

    Experimental results are presented which show that the grinding of hardened steel requires less energy and produces smoother surface when compared to the grinding of mild steel. These advantages in the grinding of hardened steel are explained by the formation of saw-toothed chip.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAnn CIRP
    Pages89-90
    Number of pages2
    Volume23
    Edition1
    StatePublished - 1974 Jan 1

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    Nakayama, K., Takagi, J., & Nakano, T. (1974). PECULIARITY IN THE GRINDING OF HARDENED STEEL. In Ann CIRP. (1 ed., Vol. 23, pp. 89-90)

    PECULIARITY IN THE GRINDING OF HARDENED STEEL. / Nakayama, K.; Takagi, J.; Nakano, T.

    Ann CIRP. Vol. 23 1. ed. 1974. p. 89-90.

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    Nakayama, K, Takagi, J & Nakano, T 1974, PECULIARITY IN THE GRINDING OF HARDENED STEEL. in Ann CIRP. 1 edn, vol. 23, pp. 89-90.
    Nakayama K, Takagi J, Nakano T. PECULIARITY IN THE GRINDING OF HARDENED STEEL. In Ann CIRP. 1 ed. Vol. 23. 1974. p. 89-90.

    Nakayama, K.; Takagi, J.; Nakano, T. / PECULIARITY IN THE GRINDING OF HARDENED STEEL.

    Ann CIRP. Vol. 23 1. ed. 1974. p. 89-90.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

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