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Elastic strain induced shear bands and high-frequency tool-tip vibration are two important physical phenomena associated with the chip morphology and machining dynamics of the micro-cutting process. These phenomena and related topics have been studied separately and so far, there has been no model developed that can successfully link together these phenomena in different research areas of ultra-precision machining. This chapter is based on the system approach which includes the components of the machine tool and cutting process. The embedded system time manifests its function in the cyclic behaviour of the formation of serrated chips with elastic strain-induced shear bands, the dynamic response of high-frequency tool-tip vibration, and the previously proposed characterisation method of the machined surface.
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- Dynamic Modelling of Shear Band Formation and Tool-Tip Vibration in Ultra-Precision Diamond Turning
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Victor Hao Wang
Wing Bun Lee
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