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Machining Glass Ceramic in Dry and Wet Environments
Professor and dean of engineering and architecture, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota
Assistant professor of industrial engineering, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
Professor of engineering, Brown University, Providence, R.I.
Glass ceramic (K2O-MgF2-MgO-SiO2) was found to have relatively good machinability that is restricted within a very limited range of machine settings. The microstructure of glass ceramic has had significant influence on the machining capabilities. Tool geometry, tool composition, and the machining environment influenced cutting forces, workpiece surface quality, and tool life.
microstructure, machinability, cutting, wear, surface properties, tool-workpiece interface, carbides, devitrified glass
Paper ID: JTE10514J
Title Machining Glass Ceramic in Dry and Wet Environments
Symposium , 0000-00-00
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