How to Calculate Taylor's Exponent given Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives for two Machining Conditions?
Taylor's Exponent given Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives for two Machining Conditions calculator uses Taylor's Tool Life Exponent = (-1)*ln(Cutting Velocity/Reference Cutting Velocity)/ln(Tool Life/Reference Tool Life) to calculate the Taylor's Tool Life Exponent, The Taylor's Exponent given Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives for two machining conditions is a method to determine the Taylor's Tool Life Exponent when comparison has been made between two Machining Conditions with the same tool. Taylor's Tool Life Exponent is denoted by n symbol.
How to calculate Taylor's Exponent given Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives for two Machining Conditions using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Taylor's Exponent given Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives for two Machining Conditions, enter Cutting Velocity (V), Reference Cutting Velocity (V_{ref}), Tool Life (T) & Reference Tool Life (T_{ref}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Taylor's Exponent given Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives for two Machining Conditions calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.726723 = (-1)*ln(10/0.0833333333333333)/ln(4500/72000).