What is the significance of the shear angle?
The shear angle is of fundamental importance in chip formation. The smaller the shear angle, the larger the strain, the machining forces, and the power requirements. A higher shear plane angle means a smaller shear plane, which means lower shear force, cutting forces, power, and temperature.
How to Calculate Shear angle for given area of shear plane, width of cut and uncut chip thickness?
Shear angle for given area of shear plane, width of cut and uncut chip thickness calculator uses Shear angle = asin(Width of cut*Uncut Chip Thickness/Area of shear plane) to calculate the Shear angle, Shear angle for given area of shear plane, width of cut and uncut chip thickness is defined as an angle between the shear plane and the horizontal plane. Shear angle is denoted by ϕ symbol.
How to calculate Shear angle for given area of shear plane, width of cut and uncut chip thickness using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Shear angle for given area of shear plane, width of cut and uncut chip thickness, enter Width of cut (w), Uncut Chip Thickness (t1) & Area of shear plane (A_{S}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Shear angle for given area of shear plane, width of cut and uncut chip thickness calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.068755 = asin(10*0.0012/10).