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Calculators Created by Parul Keshav
Parul Keshav
National Institute of Technology
(NIT)
,
Srinagar
https://www.linkedin.com/in/parul-keshav-0a57201a1/
281
Formulas Created
381
Formulas Verified
98
Across Categories
List of Calculators by Parul Keshav
Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Parul Keshav. Parul Keshav has created 281 and verified 381 calculators across 98 different categories till date.
Accuracy and Surface Finish
(10)
Verified
Corner Radius of Tool given Machining Time
Go
Verified
Feed to Workpiece given Machining Time
Go
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Length of Workpiece given Machining Time
Go
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Length of Workpiece given Roughness
Go
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Machining Time for Workpiece given Machining Conditions
Go
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Machining Time for Workpiece given Roughness
Go
Verified
Rotational Frequency of Workpiece given Machining Time
Go
Verified
Rotational Frequency of Workpiece given Roughness
Go
Created
Roughness value given corner radius
Go
Verified
Surface Roughness of Workpiece given Machining Time
Go
2 More Accuracy and Surface Finish Calculators
Go
Analysis of Grinding Process
(14)
Created
Diameter of the workpiece in terms of Metal removal rate
Go
Created
Diameter of wheel in terms of feed and machine infeed speed
Go
Created
Diameter of workpiece in terms of feed and machine infeed speed
Go
Created
Feed speed in Grinding
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Created
Feed speed in terms of workpiece and wheel removal parameter
Go
Created
Feed speed when the Metal removal rate is given
Go
Created
Grinding ratio
Go
Created
Machine infeed speed in terms of Feed speed in Grinding
Go
Created
Machine infeed speed in terms of workpiece and wheel removal parameter
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Created
Metal removal rate in terms of the Diameter of the workpiece
Go
Created
Metal removal rate in terms of workpiece removal parameter
Go
Created
The diameter of wheel in terms of Feed speed in Grinding
Go
Created
Wheel removal rate in terms of Wheel removal parameter
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Created
Width of cut in terms of Metal removal rate
Go
Area of Work
(3)
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Area of Work exposed to Electrolysis in terms of Supply Current
Go
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Area of Work exposed to Electrolysis in terms of Tool Feed Speed
Go
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Area of Work exposed to Electrolysis in terms of Volumetric Material Removal Rate
Go
Basics of turbomachines
(1)
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Unit flow per discharge
Go
11 More Basics of turbomachines Calculators
Go
Chip
(5)
Created
Cross Sectional area of Uncut chip in terms of Specific Cutting energy in machining
Go
Created
Length of chip in terms of thickness of chip
Go
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Length of the Shear Plane of Chip
Go
Created
Mass of chip in terms of thickness of chip
Go
Created
Width of chip in terms of thickness of chip
Go
4 More Chip Calculators
Go
Chip Break distance
(4)
Created
Chip break distance when material constant is unity
Go
Created
Chip breaker distance given Chip breaker wedge angle
Go
Created
Chip breaker distance given radius of chip curvature
Go
Created
Chip breaker height given Chip breaker wedge angle
Go
Chip control
(3)
Created
Chip thickness given length of chip tool contact
Go
Created
Chip Thickness when material constant is unity
Go
Created
Constant for length of chip tool contact
Go
1 More Chip control Calculators
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Chip Thickness
(4)
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Chip Thickness
Go
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Chip thickness in terms of cutting ratio
Go
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Undeformed Chip Thickness in terms of Cutting Ratio
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Created
Undeformed Chip Thickness in terms of Length of Shear Plane of Chip
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Collar Friction
(5)
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Coefficient of Friction at Collar According to Uniform Pressure Theory
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Created
Coefficient of Friction at Collar According to Uniform Wear Theory
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Created
Collar Friction Torque According to Uniform Pressure Theory
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Created
Load given Collar Friction Torque According to Uniform Pressure Theory
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Created
Load given Collar Friction Torque According to Uniform Wear Theory
Go
1 More Collar Friction Calculators
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Constant For The Machine
(4)
Created
Constant for machine type a in terms of Machining time for maximum power
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Constant for machine type b given Power available for Machining
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Created
Constant for machine type b in terms of Machining time for maximum power
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Created
Constant for the machine type a given Power available for Machining
Go
Cost
(7)
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Cost of Grinding in terms of Estimated Tool Costs
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Cost of Holder in terms of Tool Costs for Disposable-Insert Tool
Go
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Cost of Insert in terms of Tool Costs for Disposable-Insert Tool
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Cost of Re-grindable Tool in terms of Estimated Tool Costs
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Estimated Tool Costs for Disposable-Insert Tool
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Estimated Tool Costs for Re-grindable Tool
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Initial Cost of Machine in terms of Depreciation Rate
Go
Cost
(5)
Created
Cost amortized over years in terms of Total rate for Machining and Operator
Go
Verified
Cost of 1 Tool given Machining Cost for Maximum Power
Go
Created
Cost of Machine tool in terms of initial weight of workpiece
Go
Verified
Machining Cost per component for Maximum Power when Cutting Speed is limited by Taylor's Exponent
Go
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Machining Cost per component under Maximum Power Condition
Go
Costs in Production
(13)
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Batch Size when Average Production Cost is given
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Batch Size when Total Production Cost is given
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Machining and Operating Rate in terms of Average Production Cost of each component
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Machining and Operating Rate in terms of Individual Cost
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Machining and Operating Rate in terms of Total Production Cost
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Number of Tools used when the Average Production Cost is given
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Number of Tools used when the Individual Costs are given
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Number of Tools used when Total Production Cost is given
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Setup Time for each product in terms of Average Production Cost
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Setup Time for each product in terms of Individual Costs
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Setup Time for each product in terms of Total Production Cost
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Total Non-Productive Time in terms of Average Production Cost
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Total Non-Productive Time in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Current Efficiency
(3)
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Current Efficiency in terms of Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Current Efficiency in terms of Tool Feed Speed
Go
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Current Efficiency in terms of Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Current Supplied
(4)
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Current Supplied for Electrolysis
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Current Supplied for Electrolysis in terms of Specific Resistivity of Electrolyte
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Current Supplied in terms of Tool Feed Speed
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Current Supplied in terms of Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Cutting fluid and Surface Roughness
(13)
Created
Area of contact given Frictional Force
Go
Created
Corner Radius given Roughness value
Go
Created
Diameter of Cutter given Roughness Value
Go
Created
Feed given Roughness value
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Created
Feed given Roughness Value and corner radius
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Feed speed given Roughness value
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Frictional Force required to continuously shear junction between surfaces
Go
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Proportion of Area in which metallic contact occurs given Frictional Force
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Rotational Frequency of Cutter given Roughness Value
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Shear Strength of Softer Lubricant layer given Frictional force
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Shear Strength of Softer Metal given Frictional force
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Working major cutting edge Angle given Roughness value
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Working minor cutting edge Angle given Roughness value
Go
1 More Cutting fluid and Surface Roughness Calculators
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Cutting Force
(4)
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Cutting force in terms of rate of energy consumption during machining
Go
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Cutting Force in terms of Specific Cutting Energy in machining
Go
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Force required to remove Chip and acting on Tool Face
Go
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Resultant cutting Force in terms of Force required to remove the Chip
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Cutting rate in mm/min
(6)
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Area of laser beam at focal point
Go
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Constant dependent of material
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Cutting rate in mm/min
Go
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Laser power incident on the surface
Go
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Thickness of material
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Vaporisation energy of the material
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Cutting Velocity
(5)
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Cutting Speed of Free-Cutting Steel in terms of Cutting Velocity of tool and Machinability Index
Go
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Cutting Velocity in terms of Machinability Index
Go
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Cutting Velocity in terms of Taylor's Tool Life and Intercept
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Cutting Velocity in terms of Tool Lives and Cutting Velocity for Reference Machining Condition
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Reference Cutting Velocity in terms of Tool Lives, Cutting Velocity under a Machining Condition
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Cutting Velocity
(7)
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Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
Go
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Cutting Velocity in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
Go
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Instantaneous Cutting Speed
Go
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Instantaneous Cutting Speed in terms of Feed
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Reference Cutting Speed in terms of Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
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Reference Cutting Velocity in terms of Optimum Spindle Speed
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Reference Cutting Velocity in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Cost
(10)
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Cost of One Tool for Minimum Production Cost in terms of cutting speed
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Cost of One Tool in terms of Cutting Velocity
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Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Cost
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Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Cost in terms of Tool Changing Cost
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Machining and Operating Rate in case of Minimum Production Cost
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Machining and Operating Rate in terms of Tool Changing Cost
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Reference Cutting Velocity in terms of Cutting Velocity
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Reference Tool Life in terms of Cutting Velocity
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The Cost to change One Tool in terms of Cutting Velocity
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Tool Changing Time for each Tool in terms of Cutting Velocity
Go
Cylindrical Grinding cycle
(17)
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Depth of dress from Lindsay semiempirical analysis
Go
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Equivalent wheel diameter
Go
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Equivalent wheel diameter from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Grain diameter from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Grain Diameter of the grinding wheel
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Grain size in terms of grain Diameter
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Number of workpiece revolution
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Number of workpiece revolutions in terms of Time taken for spark out operation
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Percentage Volume of Bond material from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Percentage Volume of Bond material in wheel of grinding
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Proportion of Total Energy flowing into workpiece
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Relative contact area of grains in terms of Total Energy flowing into the workpiece
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Rockwell hardness number of work material from Lindsay semiempirical analysis
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Rotational frequency of workpiece in terms of Number of workpiece revolution
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System stiffness in terms of Number of workpiece revolution
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Time taken for spark-out operation
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Width of Grinding path in terms of number of workpiece revolutions
Go
Desgin of Shafts
(1)
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Torsional Shear Stress given Principal Shear Stress in Shaft
Go
14 More Desgin of Shafts Calculators
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Design for Machining
(10)
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Constant for Machining Operation given Production Cost per Component
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Cost of each Tool given Production Cost per Component
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Machining and Operating Rate given Production Cost per Component
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Production Cost per Component for Constant-Speed-Rough-Machining in terms of Tool Changing Cost
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Production Cost per Component in Constant-Cutting-Speed, Rough-Machining Operation
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Reference Cutting Speed given Production Cost per Component
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Reference Tool Life given Production Cost per Component
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Setup Time given Production Cost per Component
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Taylor's Tool Life Constant given Production Cost per Component
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Tool Changing Time for each Tool given Production Cost per Component
Go
Design of Screw and Nut
(8)
Created
Axial Force given Direct Compressive Stress
Go
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Axial Force given Transverse Shear Stress
Go
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Core Diameter of Screw given Transverse Shear Stress in Screw
Go
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Core Diameter of Screw given Unit Bearing Pressure
Go
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Direct Compressive Stress of Screw
Go
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Nominal Diameter of Screw given Unit Bearing Pressure
Go
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Thread Thickness at Core Diameter given Transverse Shear Stress
Go
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Transverse Shear Stress in Screw
Go
14 More Design of Screw and Nut Calculators
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ECM (Electrochemical Machining)
(15)
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Density of Work in terms of Tool Feed Speed
Go
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Density of Work material given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Density of Work material in terms of Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Electrochemical Equivalent of Work given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Electrochemical Equivalent of Work in terms of Tool Feed Speed
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Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Gap between Tool and Work Surface in terms of Supply Current
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Metal Removed by mechanical abrasion per unit time given Total Material Removal Rate
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Metal Removed electrolytically per unit time given Total Material Removal Rate
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Resistance owing to Electrolyte given Supply Current and Voltage
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Specific Resistivity of Electrolyte given Supply Current
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Specific Resistivity of Electrolyte when Gap between Tool and Work Surface is given
Go
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Total Material Removal Rate in Electrolytic Grinding
Go
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Volumetric Material Removal Rate
Go
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Volumetric Material Removal Rate given Tool Feed Speed
Go
Economics Of Metal-Cutting Operation
(22)
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Average Production Time of Each Component
Go
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Batch Size in terms of Average Production Time
Go
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Cost of each tool when the Total Cost of Tools Used is given
Go
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Load or Unload or Setup Time in terms of Total Non-Productive Time
Go
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Machining and Operating Rate in terms of Total Machining and Operating Cost
Go
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Machining Time for one component in terms of Total Machining Time
Go
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Machining Time of Each Component in terms of Average Production Time
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Non-Productive Time for Each Component when Average Production Time is given
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Size of Batch when Total Non-Productive Time is given
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The Size of the Batch when the Total Machining Time is given
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Time for changing one Tool when the Average Production Time is given
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Time for changing one Tool when Total Tool Changing Time is given
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Total Cost of Tools Used
Go
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Total Machining and Operating Cost
Go
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Total Machining Time or Total Machine Time
Go
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Total Non-Productive Cost
Go
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Total Non-Productive Time
Go
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Total Production Time
Go
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Total Production Time when Time for Individual Operation and Batch Size is given
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Total Production Time when Total Machining and Operating Cost is given
Go
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Total Tool Changing Time
Go
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Total Tool-Changing Cost
Go
Elastic Analysis of Bolted Joints
(8)
Created
Amount of Compression in the Parts Joined by the Bolt
Go
Created
Elongation of the Bolt Under the Action of Pre-Load
Go
Created
Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
Go
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Pre-load given Elongation of Bolt
Go
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Stiffness of the Bolt
Go
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The Resultant Load on the Bolt
Go
Created
Thickness of Parts Held Together by Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
Go
Created
Young's Modulus of Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
Go
1 More Elastic Analysis of Bolted Joints Calculators
Go
Estimation for Optimal Conditions
(15)
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Amortization in terms of Depreciation Rate
Go
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Average Cutting Edges per insert in terms of Tool Changing Time
Go
Verified
Average Cutting Edges used per insert in terms of Estimated Tool Costs
Go
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Average Number of Regrinds Possible, in terms of Estimated Tool Costs
Go
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Cutting Edges used during Life of Holder in terms of Estimated Tool Costs
Go
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Depreciation Rate of Machine Tool
Go
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Depreciation Rate of Machine Tool in terms of Machining And Operating Rate
Go
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Estimated Tool Changing Time for Disposable-Insert Tool
Go
Verified
Machine Overhead Percentage in terms of Machining And Operating Rate
Go
Verified
Machining And Operating Rate
Go
Verified
Operator's Overhead Percentage in terms of Machining And Operating Rate
Go
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Operator's Wage Rate in terms of Machining And Operating Rate
Go
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Time to Index Insert when Tool Changing Time is given for Disposable-Insert Tool
Go
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Time to Replace Insert when Tool Changing Time is given for Disposable-Insert Tool
Go
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Working Hours per year in terms of Depreciation Rate
Go
Extra Full Length Leaves
(2)
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Deflection at the End of Spring
Go
Verified
Force Taken by Extra Full Length Leaves given Force Applied at End of Spring
Go
22 More Extra Full Length Leaves Calculators
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Facing Operation
(19)
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Cost of 1 Tool in terms of Optimum Spindle Speed
Go
Verified
Feed in terms of Instantaneous Cutting Speed
Go
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Feed in terms of Instantaneous Radius for Cut
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Inner Radius of Workpiece in terms of Machining Time for Facing
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Inside Radius in terms of Workpiece Radius Ratio
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Machining and Operating Rate when Optimum Spindle Speed is given
Go
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Machining Time in terms of Maximum Wear-Land Width
Go
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Machining Time in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Optimum Spindle Speed
Go
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Optimum Spindle Speed in terms of Tool Changing Cost
Go
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Taylor's Exponent in terms of Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
Go
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The Feed of Workpiece in terms of Machining Time for Facing
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The Time for Facing
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The Time for Facing in terms of Instantaneous Cutting Speed
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Time Proportion of Edge Engagement in terms of Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
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Tool Changing Cost in terms of Optimum Spindle Speed
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Tool Changing Time in terms of Optimum Spindle Speed
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Total Machining Time for a single Facing Operation
Go
Verified
Workpiece Radius Ratio
Go
Force Taken By Leaves
(2)
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Force Taken by Graduated Length Leaves in Terms of Force Applied at the End of the Spring
Go
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Force Taken by Graduated length leaves in terms of Number of Leaves
Go
6 More Force Taken By Leaves Calculators
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Forces developed by moving fluid
(3)
Created
Density of fluid in terms of Drag force
Go
Created
Drag coefficient in terms of Drag force
Go
Created
Relative velocity of fluid with respect to body in terms of drag force
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Francis Turbine
(6)
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Francis turbine Flow ratio
Go
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Francis turbine speed Ratio
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Pressure head in terms of Flow ratio in Francis turbine
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Pressure head in terms of speed Ratio in Francis turbine
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Velocity of flow at inlet in terms of Flow ratio in Francis turbine
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Velocity of vane at inlet in terms of speed Ratio Francis turbine
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Gap Resistance
(11)
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Ambient temperature during ECM
Go
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Boiling point of electrolyte during Electrochemical Machining of metals
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Cross-sectional area of gap
Go
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Current required in ECM
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Density of electrolyte
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Flow rate of electrolytes from gap resistance ECM
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Gap resistance from electrolyte flow rate
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Resistance of Gap between work and tool
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Specific heat of electrolyte from volume flow rate
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Specific resistance of electrolyte
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Width of equilibrium gap
Go
Grinding
(23)
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Angle made by the length of the chip
Go
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Average length of chip
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Created
Average length of Chip in terms of Average volume of each Chip
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Average length of chip in terms of Infeed
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Created
Average Volume of each Chip
Go
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Average Volume of each chip in terms of metal removal rate in grinding
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Grain-aspect Ratio
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Grain-aspect Ratio in terms of Constant for grinding wheel
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Infeed in terms of constant for grinding wheel
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Infeed in terms of Diameter of wheel and average length of chip
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Infeed in terms of Metal removal rate during Grinding
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Maximum Width of Chip in terms of Average volume of each Chip
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Maximum Width of Chip in terms of Max undeformed Chip thickness
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Metal removal rate during Grinding
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Metal removal rate in terms of number of chip produced and volume of each chip
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Number of active Grains per unit area in terms of Constant for grinding wheel
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Number of active Grains per unit area on the wheel surface
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Number of chip produce per time in terms of metal removal rate
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Number of chip produced per unit time in Grinding
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The Angle made by length of chip in terms of Infeed
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The Infeed for given Angle made by length of the chip
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Width of Grinding path in terms of Metal removal rate
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Width of grinding path in terms of Number of chips produced per time
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Grinding Operation
(4)
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Machining Time for Cylindrical and Internal Grinder
Go
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Machining Time for Horizontal and Vertical Spindle Surface-Grinder
Go
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Spark Out time for Cylindrical and Internal Grinder in terms of Machining Time
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Verified
Spark Out time for Horizontal and Vertical Spindle Surface Grinder in terms of Machining Time
Go
6 More Grinding Operation Calculators
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Grinding Wheel
(6)
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Constant for grinding wheel
Go
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Constant for grinding wheel in terms of maximum undeformed chip thickness
Go
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Diameter of wheel for given infeed
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Diameter of wheel in terms of Average length of chip and Infeed
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Diameter of wheel in terms of Constant for grinding wheel
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The Diameter of wheel for given Average Length of chip
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Initial Weight of Workpiece
(7)
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Initial weight of workpiece given Loading and Unloading time
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Initial weight of workpiece given Machining time under Max power for free machining
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Initial weight of workpiece given Power available for Machining
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Initial weight of workpiece in terms of Cost of Machine tool
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Initial weight of workpiece in terms of Length-to-diameter Ratio
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Initial weight of workpiece in terms of Machining time for maximum power
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Initial weight of workpiece in terms of Total rate for Machining and Operator
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Instantaneous Radius
(3)
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Instantaneous Radius for Cut
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Instantaneous Radius for Cut in terms of Cutting Speed
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Instantaneous Radius for Cut in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land
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Length of Chip
(3)
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Length of chip tool contact
Go
Created
Length of chip tool contact given Chip breaker wedge angle
Go
Created
Length of chip tool contact given radius of chip curvature
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Loading And Unloading Time
(2)
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Loading and Unloading time in terms of initial weight of workpiece
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Loading and unloading time in terms of Non-productive time in turning
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Machining And Operating Cost
(6)
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Machining and Operating Cost of each product in terms of Average Production Cost
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Machining and Operating Cost of each product in terms of Individual Cost
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Machining and Operating Cost of each product in terms of Total Production Cost
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Total Machining and Operating Costs in terms of Average Production Cost
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Total Machining and Operating Costs in terms of Individual Costs
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Total Machining and Operating Costs in terms of Total Production Cost
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Machining Costs
(21)
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Cost of 1 Tool given Machining Cost
Go
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Cost of 1 Tool given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
Go
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Machining and Operating Rate for Minimum Machining Cost
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Machining and Operating Rate given Machining Cost
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Machining and Operating Rate given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Machining Cost given Tool Changing Cost per Tool
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Machining Cost per component
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Machining Time per component for Minimum Machining Cost
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Machining Time per component given Machining Cost
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Minimum Cost of Machining per component
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Taylor's Exponent for Minimum Machining Cost given Tool Life
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Taylor's Exponent for Minimum Machining Cost per component
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Time Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement given Machining Cost
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Time Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Tool Changing Cost per Tool given Machining Cost
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Tool Changing Cost per Tool given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Tool Changing Time for 1 Tool given Machining Cost
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Tool Changing Time for 1 Tool given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Tool Life of One Tool for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified
Tool Life of One Tool for Minimum Machining Cost given Tool Changing Cost per Tool
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Verified
Tool Life of One Tool given Machining Cost
Go
3 More Machining Costs Calculators
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Machining Time
(5)
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Machining Time for each product in terms of Average Production Cost
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Machining Time for each product in terms of Individual Costs
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Machining Time for each product in terms of Total Production Cost
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Total Machining Time in terms of Average Production Cost
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Total Machining Time in terms of Total Production Cost
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Machining Time
(6)
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Machining Time for Maximum Power given Machining Cost
Go
Created
Machining time for maximum power in terms of Initial weight of workpiece
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Created
Machining time for maximum power in Turning
Go
Created
Machining Time for Minimum Cost in terms of Surface Generation rate
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Machining Time for optimum speed for Maximum Power when Machining Cost is given
Go
Created
Machining time under Max power for free machining
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Manufacturing Systems and Automations
(5)
Created
Distance moved by tool corner in terms of tool life and machining time
Go
Created
Machining time in terms of tool life and distance moved by tool corner
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Created
Reference cutting speed in terms of tool life and distance moved by tool corner
Go
Created
Reference tool life in terms of distance moved by tool corner
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Created
Tool life in terms of distance moved by tool corner
Go
Material removal rate (MRR) in kg/sec
(4)
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Atomic weight of work material
Go
Verified
Current required for given MRR
Go
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Material Removal Rate in kg per sec
Go
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Valency of work material
Go
Maximum Efficiency
(10)
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Amount Received by Machine Shop in terms of Profit per Component
Go
Verified
Amount Received by Machine Shop in terms of Profit Rate
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Verified
Cost of Production in terms of Profit per Component
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Cost of Production in terms of Profit Rate
Go
Verified
Production Time per component in terms of Profit
Go
Verified
Production Time per component in terms of Profit Rate
Go
Verified
Profit per component produced
Go
Verified
Profit per Component produced in terms of Profit Rate
Go
Verified
Rate of Profit
Go
Verified
Rate of Profit in terms of Profit Per component
Go
Maximum Power Condition
(25)
Created
Basic setup time in terms of Non-productive time in turning
Go
Created
Batch size in terms of Non-productive time in turning
Go
Created
Density of Workpiece in terms of Initial weight of workpiece
Go
Created
Depth of cut in terms of Machining time for maximum power
Go
Created
Diameter of turned parts in terms of Length-to-diameter Ratio
Go
Created
Diameter of Workpiece given Surface Generation rate
Go
Created
Diameter of workpiece terms of Machining time for maximum power
Go
Created
Direct labour Rate in terms of Total rate for Machining and Operator
Go
Created
Factor to allow for Machining overheads in terms of Total rate for Machining and Operator
Go
Created
Factor to allow for Operator overheads in terms of Total rate for Machining and Operator
Go
Created
Length of Workpiece given Surface Generation rate
Go
Created
Length of Workpiece in terms of Machining time for maximum power
Go
Created
Length-to-diameter Ratio in terms Initial weight of workpiece
Go
Created
Length-to-diameter Ratio in terms of diameter of turned parts
Go
Verified
Machining and Operating Rate given Machining Cost for Maximum Power
Go
Verified
Machining Rate given Machining Cost for Maximum Power with limited Cutting Speed
Go
Created
Non-productive time in turning
Go
Created
Number of operations in terms of Non-productive time in turning
Go
Created
Number of shifts in terms of Total rate for Machining and Operator
Go
Created
Set-up Time per tool terms of Non-productive time in turning
Go
Created
Surface area of Workpiece given Surface Generation rate
Go
Created
Surface Generation Rate
Go
Verified
Time Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement for Maximum Power delivery given Machining Cost
Go
Created
Volume of material to be removed given Machining time for maximum power
Go
Created
Weight of workpiece to be removed in terms of Initial weight of workpiece
Go
Mechanics of Metal Cutting
(13)
Created
Area of Shear
Go
Created
Cutting Ratio
Go
Created
Cutting Ratio for given Shear Angle of Continuous chip
Go
Created
Cutting Speed in terms of Rate of energy Consumption during Machining
Go
Created
Density of Workpiece in terms of Thickness of Chip
Go
Created
Metal removal rate in terms of specific cutting energy
Go
Created
Plowing Force in terms of Force required to remove chip
Go
Created
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
Go
Created
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining in terms of Specific Cutting Energy
Go
Created
Shear Angle of Continuous Chip Formation
Go
Created
Shear Strength of Material on Shear Plane
Go
Created
Specific cutting energy in machining
Go
Created
Total Shear force by tool
Go
Middle Quarter Rule For Circular Section
(11)
Verified
Diameter of circular section in terms of maximum bending stress
Go
Verified
Eccentric load in terms of maximum bending stress
Go
Verified
Eccentric load in terms of minimum bending stress
Go
Verified
Eccentricity of load in terms of maximum bending stress
Go
Verified
Eccentricity of load in terms of minimum bending stress
Go
Verified
Maximum bending stress for circular section in terms of moment of load
Go
Verified
Maximum bending stress in terms of eccentric load
Go
Verified
Minimum bending stress in terms of direct and bending stress
Go
Verified
Minimum bending stress in terms of eccentric load
Go
Verified
Moment of inertia of circular section in terms of maximum bending stress for circular section
Go
Verified
Moment of load in terms of maximum bending stress for circular section
Go
7 More Middle Quarter Rule For Circular Section Calculators
Go
Milling
(6)
Verified
The Diameter of Tool when Proportion of Edge Engagement for Face Milling is given
Go
Verified
The Diameter of Tool when Proportion of Edge Engagement for Slab and Side Milling is given
Go
Verified
The Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement for Face Milling
Go
Verified
The Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement for Slab and Side Milling
Go
Verified
Work Engagement in terms of Proportion of Edge Engagement for Face Milling
Go
Verified
Work Engagement in terms of Proportion of Edge Engagement for Slab and Side Milling
Go
Minimum Production Cost
(7)
Verified
Constant for Machining Operation given Minimum Production Cost
Go
Verified
Machining and Operating Rate given Minimum Production Cost
Go
Verified
Minimum Production Cost per Component
Go
Verified
Non-Productive Time per component given Minimum Production Cost
Go
Verified
Reference Cutting Velocity given Minimum Production Cost
Go
Verified
Reference Tool Life given Minimum Production Cost
Go
Verified
Tool Life for minimum cost given Minimum Production Cost
Go
Minimum Production Time Criteria
(12)
Verified
Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Time
Go
Verified
Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Time in terms of Tool Changing Cost
Go
Verified
Machining and Operating Rate in terms of Tool Changing Cost and Cutting Velocity
Go
Verified
Machining and Operating Rate in terms of Tool Changing Cost and Tool Life
Go
Verified
Reference Cutting Velocity in case of Min Production time
Go
Verified
Reference Tool Life in terms of Min Production time
Go
Verified
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent in terms of Tool Life
Go
Verified
The Cost to change One Tool in terms of min production time
Go
Verified
Tool Changing Time for each Tool in terms of min production time
Go
Verified
Tool Changing Time for each Tool in terms of Tool Life
Go
Verified
Tool Life for Minimum Production Time
Go
Verified
Tool Life for Minimum Production Time in terms of Tool Changing Cost
Go
Modified Taylor's Tool Life Equation
(8)
Verified
Cutting Velocity for given Taylor's Tool Life
Go
Verified
Depth of Cut for given Taylor's Tool Life, Cutting Velocity and Intercept
Go
Verified
Feed in terms of Taylor's Tool Life, Cutting Velocity, and Intercept
Go
Verified
Taylor's exponent of Depth of Cut when all other Machining Conditions are Given
Go
Verified
Taylor's exponent of Feed in terms of all other Machining Conditions
Go
Verified
Taylor's Intercept in terms of Cutting Velocity and Tool Life
Go
Verified
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent in terms of Cutting Velocity and Taylor's Tool Life
Go
Verified
Taylor's Tool Life in terms of Cutting Velocity and Taylor's Intercept
Go
Multi-Leaf Spring
(2)
Verified
Bending Stress on Graduated Length Leaves
Go
Verified
Force applied at end of Leaf Spring
Go
6 More Multi-Leaf Spring Calculators
Go
Nomenclature of cutting Tools
(3)
Created
Angle set from axis B
Go
Created
Required Tool Back Rake Angle in terms of angle set from axis B
Go
Created
Tool side rake angle in terms of angle set from axis B
Go
Non Productive Cost
(6)
Verified
Non-Productive Cost of one component in terms of Average Production Cost
Go
Verified
Non-Productive Cost of one component in terms of Individual Costs
Go
Verified
Non-Productive Cost of one component in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Non-Productive Cost in terms of Average Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Non-Productive Cost in terms of Individual Costs
Go
Verified
Total Non-Productive Cost in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Number of leaves
(1)
Verified
Number of Extra Full Length Leaves given Force Applied at End of Spring
Go
7 More Number of leaves Calculators
Go
Number of Tools
(3)
Verified
Number of Tools used when the Average Production Time is given
Go
Verified
Number of Tools used when the Total Cost of Tools Used is given
Go
Verified
Number of Tools Used when Total Tool Changing Time is given
Go
Outer Radius of Workpiece
(5)
Verified
Outer Radius of Workpiece in terms of Machining Time for Facing
Go
Verified
Outside Radius in terms of Workpiece Radius Ratio
Go
Verified
Outside Radius of Workpiece in terms of Instantaneous Cutting Speed
Go
Verified
Outside Radius of Workpiece in terms of Instantaneous Radius for Cut
Go
Verified
Outside Radius of Workpiece in terms of Optimum Spindle Speed
Go
Parallel Fillet Welds
(6)
Created
Allowable Load per mm Length of the Weld
Go
Created
Force given Stress induced in Plane
Go
Created
Leg of Weld given Shear Stress induced in Plane
Go
Created
Length of Weld given Shear Stress-Induced in Plane
Go
Created
Maximum Shear Stress-induced in the Plane When Parallel Fillet Weld is Subjected to Force
Go
Created
Shear Stress induced in Plane When Parallel Fillet weld is Subjected to Force
Go
7 More Parallel Fillet Welds Calculators
Go
Permissible Stress
(1)
Created
Permissible Tensile Stress of Plate given Tensile Resistance of Plate between two Rivets
Go
3 More Permissible Stress Calculators
Go
Power available
(2)
Created
Power available for Machining in terms of Initial weight of workpiece
Go
Created
Power available for Machining in terms of Machining time for maximum power
Go
Power density of laser beam
(3)
Verified
Beam divergence when diameter of spot is known
Go
Verified
Diameter of the spot produced by the laser
Go
Verified
Focal length when diameter of spot is known
Go
5 More Power density of laser beam Calculators
Go
Production Cost
(6)
Verified
Average Production Cost of each component
Go
Verified
Average Production Cost of each component in terms of Individual Costs
Go
Verified
Average Production Cost of each component in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Production Cost for given Batch Size
Go
Verified
Total Production Cost in terms of Individual Costs
Go
Radius of Chip
(3)
Created
Radius of Chip curvature
Go
Created
Radius of Chip curvature when material constant is unity
Go
Created
Radius of Chip given Chip breaker wedge angle
Go
Rate of Heat Generation
(5)
Created
Rate of Heat Generated in Primary Shear Zone in terms of temperature rise
Go
Created
Rate of heat generated in the Secondary Shear Zone in terms of the average temperature
Go
Created
Rate of Heat Generation in Primary Deformation in terms of the Rate of Energy Consumption
Go
Created
Rate of Heat Generation in the Secondary Deformation Zone
Go
Created
Total Rate of Heat Generation
Go
Rate of Increase of Wear Land
(3)
Verified
Rate of Increase of Wear-Land in terms of Feed and Time for Facing
Go
Verified
Rate of Increase of Wear-Land in terms of Rotational Frequency of Spindle
Go
Verified
Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
Go
Reference Tool Life
(3)
Verified
Reference Tool Life in terms of Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
Go
Verified
Reference Tool Life in terms of Optimum Spindle Speed
Go
Verified
Reference Tool Life in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
Go
Removal Parameters
(6)
Created
Wheel removal parameter in terms of feed and machine infeed speed
Go
Created
Wheel removal parameter in terms of Grinding ratio
Go
Created
Wheel removal parameter in terms of wheel removal rate
Go
Created
Workpiece removal parameter in terms of feed and machine infeed speed
Go
Created
Workpiece removal parameter in terms of Grinding ratio
Go
Created
Workpiece removal parameter in terms of metal removal rate
Go
Rotational Frequency
(4)
Verified
Rotational Frequency of Spindle in terms of Cutting Speed
Go
Verified
Rotational Frequency of Spindle in terms of Instantaneous Radius for Cut
Go
Verified
Rotational Frequency of Spindle in terms of Machining Time for Facing
Go
Verified
Rotational Frequency of Spindle in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land
Go
Roughness Value
(2)
Created
Roughness Value
Go
Created
Roughness value given feed speed
Go
1 More Roughness Value Calculators
Go
Shear
(3)
Created
Shear force on shear plane in terms of shear strength
Go
Created
Shear Strength in terms of coefficient of friction in Metal Cutting
Go
Created
Shear Strength of Material in terms of Total Frictional force in metal cutting
Go
4 More Shear Calculators
Go
Specific Cutting Energy
(2)
Created
Specific cutting energy in terms of Initial weight of workpiece
Go
Created
Specific cutting energy in terms of Machining time for maximum power
Go
Supply Voltage
(3)
Verified
Supply Voltage for Electrolysis
Go
Verified
Supply Voltage in terms of Gap between Tool and Work Surface
Go
Verified
Supply Voltage in terms of Specific Resistivity of Electrolyte
Go
Surface Speed
(4)
Created
Surface speed of Wheel in terms of constant for grinding wheel
Go
Created
Surface speed of wheel in terms of number of chip produce per time
Go
Created
Surface speed of workpiece in terms of constant for grinding wheel
Go
Created
Surface Speed of workpiece in terms of Metal removal rate during grinding
Go
Temperature Rise
(6)
Created
Average Temperature rise of chip from Secondary Deformation
Go
Created
Average Temperature rise of chip from Secondary Deformation within boundary condition
Go
Created
Average Temperature rise of material under the Primary Deformation Zone
Go
Created
Maximum Temperature rise in Chip in Secondary deformation zone
Go
Created
Temperature rise of material in primary deformation zone
Go
Created
Temperature Rise of Material in Secondary Deformation Zone
Go
Tempratures in metal cutting
(17)
Created
Cutting Speed in terms of Average Temperature rise of chip from Secondary Deformation
Go
Created
Cutting speed in terms of Average Temperature rise of material under Primary Shear Zone
Go
Created
Density of material in terms of Average Temperature rise of chip from Secondary Deformation
Go
Created
Density of Material in terms of Average Temperature rise of material under Primary Shear Zone
Go
Created
Depth of cut in terms of Average Temperature rise of chip from Secondary Deformation
Go
Created
Depth of cut in terms of Average Temperature rise of material under the Primary Shear Zone
Go
Created
Initial workpiece temperature in terms of maximum temperature in Secondary Deformation Zone
Go
Created
Length of Heat source per Chip Thickness in terms of Max Temperature rise in Secondary shear zone
Go
Created
Rate of Energy consumption in terms of rate of heat generation during machining
Go
Created
Rate of Heat conduction into tool in terms of Total rate of Heat Generation
Go
Created
Rate of Heat Conduction into Workpiece in terms of Total rate of Heat Generation
Go
Created
Rate of Heat Transportation by Chip in terms of Total rate of Heat Generation
Go
Created
Specific Heat in terms of Average Temperature rise of chip from Secondary Deformation
Go
Created
Specific Heat in terms of Average Temperature rise of material under Primary Shear Zone
Go
Created
Thermal Number in terms of maximum Temperature rise in Chip in Secondary Deformation zone
Go
Created
Un-deformed chip thickness in terms of Average Temperature rise of chip from secondary deformation
Go
Created
Undeformed Chip Thickness in terms of Average Temperature rise of material under Primary Shear Zone
Go
1 More Tempratures in metal cutting Calculators
Go
Theory of Ernst and Merchant
(7)
Created
Area of contact in terms of Total Frictional force in metal cutting
Go
Created
Coefficient of friction in metal cutting
Go
Created
Normal force on shear plane of the tool
Go
Created
Normal stress due to tool
Go
Created
Resultant Tool Force in terms of Shear force on shear plane
Go
Created
Total frictional force in metal cutting
Go
Created
Yield pressure in terms of coefficient of friction in metal cutting
Go
Thrust Force
(4)
Created
Threshold thrust force in terms of wheel removal parameter
Go
Created
Threshold thrust force in terms of workpiece removal parameter
Go
Created
Thrust force in terms of wheel removal parameter
Go
Created
Thrust force in terms of workpiece removal parameter
Go
Tool Changing Cost
(8)
Verified
Tool Changing Cost of each product in terms of Average Production Cost
Go
Verified
Tool Changing Cost of each Tool in terms of Individual Costs
Go
Verified
Tool Changing Cost of each Tool in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Verified
Tool Changing Time for Each Tool in terms of Individual Costs
Go
Verified
Tool Changing Time for Each Tool in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Tool Changing Cost in terms of Average Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Tool Changing Cost in terms of Individual Costs
Go
Verified
Total Tool Changing Cost in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Tool Changing Time
(3)
Verified
Tool Changing Time for Each Tool in terms of Average Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Tool Changing Time in terms of Average Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Tool Changing Time in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Tool Equations
(5)
Created
Number of tools in terms of Non-productive time in turning
Go
Verified
Tool Changing Time for 1 Tool given Machining Cost for Maximum Power
Go
Verified
Tool Life for Maximum Power delivery given Machining Cost for Maximum Power
Go
Created
Tool positioning time per operation in terms of Non-productive time in turning
Go
Created
Total rate for Machining and Operator
Go
Tool Feed Speed
(3)
Verified
Tool Feed Speed given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
Go
Verified
Tool Feed Speed in terms of Current Supplied
Go
Verified
Tool Feed Speed in terms of Gap between Tool and Work Surface
Go
Tool Life
(4)
Verified
Tool Life Exponent in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
Go
Verified
Tool Life in terms of Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
Go
Verified
Tool Life in terms of Maximum Wear-Land Width
Go
Verified
Tool Life in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
Go
Tool Life and Metal Removal
(5)
Verified
Cutting Velocity for given Tool Life and Volume of Metal Removed
Go
Verified
Depth of Cut in terms of Cutting Velocity, Tool Life, and Volume of Metal Removed
Go
Verified
Feed in terms of Cutting Velocity, Tool Life, and Volume of Metal Removed
Go
Verified
The Volume of Metal Removed in terms of Cutting Velocity and Tool Life
Go
Verified
Tool Life in terms of Cutting Velocity and Volume of Metal Removed
Go
Tool Life and Production Batch
(18)
Verified
Batch Size in terms of Machining Time and Conditions
Go
Verified
Batch Size in terms of Tool Life and Machining Time
Go
Verified
Constant for a given Cylindrical Turning
Go
Verified
Constant for Machining Operation of one product given Machining Condition
Go
Verified
Cutting Velocity in terms of Production Batch and Machining Conditions
Go
Verified
Cutting Velocity of one product given Constant for Machining Operation
Go
Verified
Feed in terms of Constant for Cylindrical Turning
Go
Verified
Machining Time of one product given Constant for Machining Operation
Go
Verified
Machining Time of one product in terms of Production Batch and Machining Conditions
Go
Verified
Machining Time of One Product in terms of Tool Life
Go
Verified
Number of Tools Used in terms of Machining Time and Conditions
Go
Verified
Number of Tools Used in terms of Tool Life
Go
Verified
Reference Cutting Velocity in terms of Production Batch and Machining Conditions
Go
Verified
Reference Tool Life in terms of Production Batch and Machining Conditions
Go
Verified
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent in terms of Production Batch and Machining Conditions
Go
Verified
The Diameter of workpiece in terms of Constant for Cylindrical Turning
Go
Verified
Tool Life when Batch Size and Number of Tools Used are known
Go
Verified
Turning Length in terms of Constant for Cylindrical Turning
Go
Tool Life And Tool Wear
(10)
Verified
Crater Depth for Sintered-Carbide Tools
Go
Verified
Feed for Sintered-Carbide Tools in terms of Crater Depth
Go
Verified
Machinability Index
Go
Verified
Reference Tool Life in terms of Cutting Velocities, Tool Life under a Machining Condition
Go
Verified
Taylor's Exponent if ratios of Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives are given in two machining conditions
Go
Verified
Taylor's Exponent when Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives are given for two machining conditions
Go
Verified
Taylor's Intercept in terms of Cutting Velocity and Taylor's Tool Life
Go
Verified
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent in terms of Cutting Velocity and Tool Life
Go
Verified
Taylor's Tool Life in terms of Cutting Velocity and Intercept
Go
Verified
Tool Life in terms of Cutting Velocities and Tool Life for Reference Machining Condition
Go
1 More Tool Life And Tool Wear Calculators
Go
Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost
(12)
Verified
Cost of One Tool for Minimum Production Cost in terms of Tool Changing Cost
Go
Verified
Cost of One Tool in terms of Tool Life
Go
Verified
Machining and Operating Rate if cost of changing tool is also considered
Go
Verified
Machining and Operating Rate in case of Min Production Cost and Min Production time
Go
Verified
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent when Tool Life is given
Go
Verified
The Cost to change One Tool in terms of Tool Life
Go
Verified
Tool Changing Time for each Tool in terms of Tool Life and tool cost
Go
Verified
Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost
Go
Verified
Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost in terms of Tool Changing Cost
Go
Verified
Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost when Carbide Tool is used
Go
Verified
Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost when High-Speed Steel Tool is used
Go
Verified
Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost when Oxide/Ceramic is used
Go
Torque Requirement for Bolt Tightening
(3)
Created
Nominal Diameter given Wrench Torque
Go
Created
Pre-load given Wrench Torque
Go
Created
Wrench Torque Required to Create Required Pre-Load
Go
Total Cost of Tools Used
(3)
Verified
Total Cost of Tools Used in terms of Average Production Cost
Go
Verified
Total Cost of Tools Used in terms of Individual Costs
Go
Verified
Total Cost of Tools Used in terms of Total Production Cost
Go
Transverse Fillet Weld
(6)
Created
Length of weld given Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld
Go
Created
Permissible Tensile Stress for the Transverse Fillet Weld
Go
Created
Tensile Force on Plates given Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld
Go
Created
Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld
Go
Created
Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld given Leg of Weld
Go
Created
Thickness of Plate given Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld
Go
Un-deformed Chip Thickness
(3)
Created
Maximum undeformed chip thickness
Go
Created
Maximum undeformed chip thickness in terms of average volume of each chip
Go
Created
Maximum undeformed chip thickness in terms of constant for grinding wheel
Go
Wear Land
(4)
Verified
Increase in Wear-Land Width in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
Go
Verified
Increase in Wear-Land Width per Component
Go
Verified
Maximum Wear-Land Width
Go
Verified
Maximum Wear-Land Width in terms of Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
Go
3 More Wear Land Calculators
Go
Wheel
(5)
Created
Wheel diameter in terms of equivalent wheel diameter
Go
Created
Wheel hardness Number in terms of Percentage Volume of Bond material in wheel
Go
Created
Wheel removal parameter from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
Go
Created
Wheel structure Number in terms of Percentage Volume of Bond material in wheel
Go
Created
Wheel surface speed from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
Go
Workpiece
(4)
Created
Workpiece diameter in terms of equivalent wheel diameter
Go
Created
Workpiece removal parameter in terms of number of workpiece revolution
Go
Created
Workpiece surface speed from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
Go
Created
Workpiece surface speed in terms of number of workpiece revolutions
Go
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