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V. Zablotskyi, O. Dahnyuk, S. Prystupa, A. Tkachuk (2017). Formation of Physical and Mechanical Properties of Surface Layer of Machine Parts. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 8. doi:10.2412/mmse.99.57.43
Authors: V. Zablotskyi, O. Dahnyuk, S. Prystupa, A. Tkachuk
ABSTRACT. The aim of the paper is to solve scientific and practical problem that is to explore the impact of operations of machining surfaces of parts of the “body rotation” type on the formation of the physical and mechanical properties of the surface layer. The method of research and analysis planned is by measuring the cutting force. It is suggested that components of cutting force affect the formation of physical and mechanical properties in varying degrees. For the analysis and separation of components of the cutting force specialized measuring equipment such as multi dynamometer was developed. The complex of theoretical studies, calculations and simulations revealed major sensitive zones of mechanical dynamometer.
Keywords: dynamometer, the cut power, detail, machining, lathe, sensitivity, precision, measuring installation, tool holder
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