Sai Venkata Phanindra Chary Arendra
Vallurupalli Nageswara Rao Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology (VNRVJIET), Hyderabad
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K J Somaiya College of Engineering (K J Somaiya), Mumbai
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Undeformed Chip Thickness Average Temperature rise of material under Primary Shear Zone is given
undeformed chip thickness=((1-fraction of heat conducted into the workpiece)*Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone)/(Density of material*specific heat capacity of workpiece*Cutting Speed*average temperature rise*Depth Of Cut) GO
Depth of cut when the Average Temperature rise of material under the Primary Shear Zone is given
Depth Of Cut=((1-fraction of heat conducted into the workpiece)*Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone)/(Density of material*specific heat capacity of workpiece*Cutting Speed*undeformed chip thickness*average temperature rise) GO
Density of Material when Average Temperature rise of material under Primary Shear Zone is given
Density of material=((1-fraction of heat conducted into the workpiece)*Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone)/(average temperature rise*specific heat capacity of workpiece*Cutting Speed*undeformed chip thickness*Depth Of Cut) GO
Specific Heat when Average Temperature rise of material under Primary Shear Zone is given
specific heat capacity of workpiece=((1-fraction of heat conducted into the workpiece)*Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone)/(Density of material*average temperature rise*Cutting Speed*undeformed chip thickness*Depth Of Cut) GO
Average Temperature rise of material under the Primary Deformation Zone
average temperature rise=((1-fraction of heat conducted into the workpiece)*Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone)/(Density of material*specific heat capacity of workpiece*Cutting Speed*undeformed chip thickness*Depth Of Cut) GO
Rate of Heat Generated in the Primary Shear Zone when temperature rise is given
Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone=(average temperature rise*Density of material*specific heat capacity of workpiece*Cutting Speed*undeformed chip thickness*Depth Of Cut)/(1-fraction of heat conducted into the workpiece) GO
Cutting force when rate of energy consumption during machining is given
Cutting Force=Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)/Cutting Speed GO
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Cutting Speed*Cutting Force GO
Number of jobs revolution per unit time
number of jobs revolutions=Cutting Speed/(pi*Diameter of rod) GO
Cutting Speed
Cutting Speed=pi*Diameter of rod*number of jobs revolutions GO

Initial diameter of the job Formula

Diameter of rod=Cutting Speed/(pi*number of jobs revolutions)
d=Vcutting/(pi*N)
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Uncut chip thickness GO
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Feed force GO
Radial force GO

what is initial diameter of the job?

The Initial diameter of the job formula is the diameter of the job just before it comes in contact with the cutting tool.

How to Calculate Initial diameter of the job?

Initial diameter of the job calculator uses Diameter of rod=Cutting Speed/(pi*number of jobs revolutions) to calculate the Diameter of rod, The Initial diameter of the job formula is the diameter of the job just before it comes in contact with the cutting tool. . Diameter of rod and is denoted by d symbol.

How to calculate Initial diameter of the job using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Initial diameter of the job, enter Cutting Speed (Vcutting) and number of jobs revolutions (N) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Initial diameter of the job calculation can be explained with given input values -> 16.93333 = 0.0508000000002032/(pi*0.954929658551552).

FAQ

What is Initial diameter of the job?
The Initial diameter of the job formula is the diameter of the job just before it comes in contact with the cutting tool. and is represented as d=Vcutting/(pi*N) or Diameter of rod=Cutting Speed/(pi*number of jobs revolutions). Cutting speed is defined as the speed at which the work moves with respect to the tool (usually measured in feet per minute) and number of jobs revolutions is the number of revolutions the job or workpiece rotates in unit time.
How to calculate Initial diameter of the job?
The Initial diameter of the job formula is the diameter of the job just before it comes in contact with the cutting tool. is calculated using Diameter of rod=Cutting Speed/(pi*number of jobs revolutions). To calculate Initial diameter of the job, you need Cutting Speed (Vcutting) and number of jobs revolutions (N). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Cutting Speed and number of jobs revolutions 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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