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単板切削現象の変化に及ぼすプレッシャバー-ナイフ-被削材相互の位置関係の影響(解析と実験)(IX) : 工具すくい面の摩擦係数の変化に及ぼすローラバーの回転方式と二次圧縮作用量・作用範囲の影響(川尻 伸也 教授退官記念)

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タイトル: 単板切削現象の変化に及ぼすプレッシャバー-ナイフ-被削材相互の位置関係の影響(解析と実験)(IX) : 工具すくい面の摩擦係数の変化に及ぼすローラバーの回転方式と二次圧縮作用量・作用範囲の影響(川尻 伸也 教授退官記念)
その他のタイトル: Effects of Shape and Setting of the Pressure Bar upon the Cutting Phenomena in the Orthogonal Cutting of Veneer (IX) : Effects of Rolling Type, Diameter and Setting Conditions of the Roller Bar upon Frictional Coefficient on the Tool Rake-Face
著者: 杉山, 滋
著者(別表記) : Sugiyama, Shigeru
発行日: 2003年 3月26日
引用: 長崎大学教育学部紀要. 自然科学. vol.68, p.23-28; 2003
抄録: In the veneer cutting process, compression and restraint caused by the pressure bar play an important role, but few studies have dealt with their effects on the frictional coefficient on the tool rake-face. Therefore, the main purpose of the study reported here was to obtain a quantitative information on these aspects. In this study, the roller bars with various diameters (D) and of various rolling types were prepared to vary depth (r_1) of restraint by interface between face of the roller bar and the tool rake-face, action area of restraint, and degree of adhesion between face of the roller bar and tight side of veneer. Before cutting, test specimens were preheated in water at about 95℃ for 4 hours. White seraya (Parashorea sp.) veneer, 10 mm thick, was cut with five rolling types of the roller bars, and frictional (F) and normal (N) forces acting on the tool were measured. Based on these measurements, the frictional coefficient (μ) on the rake face was calculated and its variation under various experimental conditions was determined.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/6120
ISSN: 13451359
資料タイプ: Departmental Bulletin Paper

引用URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/6120



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