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Taylor's Tool Life Exponent when Cutting Velocity and Tool Life is Given
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent=ln(Taylor's Intercept or Taylor's Constant/(Cutting Velocity*(Feed rate^Taylor's exponent for Feed Rate)*(Depth Of Cut^Taylor's exponent for Depth of Cut)))/ln(Tool Life) GO
Taylor's Tool Life when Cutting Velocity and Intercept is Given
Tool Life=(Taylor's Intercept or Taylor's Constant/(Cutting Velocity*(Feed rate^Taylor's exponent for Feed Rate)*(Depth Of Cut^Taylor's exponent for Depth of Cut)))^(1/Taylor's Tool Life Exponent) GO
Taylor's Intercept when Cutting Velocity and Tool Life is Given
Taylor's Intercept or Taylor's Constant=Cutting Velocity*(Tool Life^Taylor's Tool Life Exponent)*(Feed rate^Taylor's exponent for Feed Rate)*(Depth Of Cut^Taylor's exponent for Depth of Cut) GO
Taylor's Exponent when Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives are given for two machining conditions
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent=(-1)*ln(Cutting Velocity/Reference Cutting Velocity)/ln(Tool Life/Reference Tool Life) GO
Reference Tool Life when Cutting Velocities, Tool Life under a Machining Condition is given
Reference Tool Life=Tool Life/((Reference Cutting Velocity/Cutting Velocity)^(1/Taylor's Tool Life Exponent)) GO
Tool Life when Cutting Velocities and Tool Life for Reference Machining Condition is given
Tool Life=Reference Tool Life*((Reference Cutting Velocity/Cutting Velocity)^(1/Taylor's Tool Life Exponent)) GO
Reference Cutting Velocity when Tool Lives, Cutting Velocity under a Machining Condition is given
Reference Cutting Velocity=Cutting Velocity/((Reference Tool Life/Tool Life)^Taylor's Tool Life Exponent) GO
Taylor's Tool Life when Cutting Velocity and Intercept is Given
Tool Life=(Taylor's Intercept or Taylor's Constant/Cutting Velocity)^(1/Taylor's Tool Life Exponent) GO
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent when Cutting Velocity and Tool Life is Given
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent=ln(Taylor's Intercept or Taylor's Constant/Cutting Velocity)/Tool Life GO
Taylor's Intercept when Cutting Velocity and Tool Life is Given
Taylor's Intercept or Taylor's Constant=Cutting Velocity*(Tool Life^Taylor's Tool Life Exponent) GO
Resultant Cutting Velocity
Resultant Cutting Velocity=Cutting Velocity/cos(Cutting Speed Angle*pi/180) GO

Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given Formula

Cutting Speed Angle=acos(Cutting Velocity/Resultant Cutting Velocity)*180/pi
η=acos(V/V<sub>r)*180/pi
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Machining Time For Turning Operation GO
Feed Rate for Turning Operation when Machining Time is Given GO
Length of Cut when Machining Time is Given GO
Resultant Cutting Velocity GO
Cross-sectional Area of the Uncut Chip GO
Mean Cutting Speed GO
Average Material Removal Rate using Uncut Chip Cross-Section Area GO
Power required for Machining Operation GO
Overall Efficiency of Machine Tool and Motor Drive System GO
Machining Power when Overall Efficiency is Given GO
Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given GO
Average Material Removal Rate when Depth of Cut is Given GO
Average Material Removal Rate when Depth of Cut is Given for Boring Operation GO
Machining Time For Shaping Operation GO
Machining Time For Drilling Operation GO
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation GO
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation when Enlarging an Existing Hole GO
Feed in Slab Milling when Feed Speed is Given GO
Feed Speed of the Workpiece in Slab Milling GO
Maximum Chip Thickness obtained in Slab Milling when Tool Engagement Angle is Given GO
Tool Engagement Angle in Slab Milling when Depth of Cut is Given GO
Depth of Cut in Slab Milling when Tool Engagement Angle is Given GO
Maximum Chip Thickness obtained in Slab Milling when Depth of Cut is Given GO
Minimum Length of Approach required in Slab Milling GO
Minimum Length of Approach required in Face Milling GO
Machining Time For Milling Operation GO
Maximum Chip Thickness in Vertical Milling GO
Feed Speed in Vertical Milling when Maximum Chip Thickness is Given GO
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation when Feed is Given GO
Length of Approach for Drilling Operation GO
Drill Point Angle in when Length Of Approach is Given GO
The diameter of Drill Bit when Length of Approach is Given GO

Variation in Cutting Speed Angle

The Cutting Speed Angle changes with variation in Feed Rate (caused due to variation in cross-sectional area of the workpiece) and Cutting Velocity (due to variation in temperatures, hardness, and wear resistance of tool-workpiece interface).

How to Calculate Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given?

Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given calculator uses Cutting Speed Angle=acos(Cutting Velocity/Resultant Cutting Velocity)*180/pi to calculate the Cutting Speed Angle, Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given is a method to determine the angle between the Resultant and applied Cutting Velocity. Under ideal conditions, it is considered to be equal to zero. Cutting Speed Angle and is denoted by η symbol.

How to calculate Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given, enter Cutting Velocity (V) and Resultant Cutting Velocity (Vr) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0 = acos(0.166666666666667/0.166666666666667)*180/pi.

FAQ

What is Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given?
Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given is a method to determine the angle between the Resultant and applied Cutting Velocity. Under ideal conditions, it is considered to be equal to zero and is represented as η=acos(V/Vr)*180/pi or Cutting Speed Angle=acos(Cutting Velocity/Resultant Cutting Velocity)*180/pi. Cutting Velocity is defined as the speed at which the work moves with respect to the tool and Resultant Cutting Velocity is the result from simultaneous Primary Tool Velocity and Feed Velocity, given to the Tool during Machining.
How to calculate Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given?
Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given is a method to determine the angle between the Resultant and applied Cutting Velocity. Under ideal conditions, it is considered to be equal to zero is calculated using Cutting Speed Angle=acos(Cutting Velocity/Resultant Cutting Velocity)*180/pi. To calculate Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given, you need Cutting Velocity (V) and Resultant Cutting Velocity (Vr). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Cutting Velocity and Resultant Cutting Velocity and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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