Role of Unloading in Machining of Brittle Materials

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A. Chandra, K. Wang, Y. Huang, G. Subhash, M. H. Miller, W. Qu

Department of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI 49931

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 122(3), 452-462 (Sep 01, 1999) (11 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1285903 History: Received June 01, 1997; Revised September 01, 1999
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Comparisons of model predictions to experimental observations under fully unloaded configuration: (a) depths of normal damage zone, (b) surface traces of normal damage zone, and (c) size of lateral damage zone
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Comparison of model predictions to experimental observations (Fig. 6 in 35): (a) P=52N under loading, (b) P=90N peak load, (c) P=35N under unloading, (d) P=0 fully unloaded configuration, and (e) final normal damage contour
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Schematic of interactions of lateral and evolving normal damage zones upon reloading after unloading
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Effect of intermittent unloading from Pint on depth of penetration of normal damage upon subsequent loading to Pmax
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Schematic of indentation crack systems
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Schematic of experimental set-up for high strain rate indentation
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Variation of ΔP=Pshield−Pint with Pint
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Experimental set-up for single grit scratch tests
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Front view of scratch with modulation (maximum depth of cut=20 μm, cutting speed=8.6 cm/sec, modulation frequency 1 kHz, P-V modulation amplitude=20 μm; marker size 100 μm)
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Effect of modulation frequency on depth of median crack penetration
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The plastic deformation zone under indentation loading
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The spherical polar coordinate system for static model
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Coordinate system for the Cerruti field



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