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GATE ME 1999
Subjective
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In an orthogonal cutting experiment with a tool of rake angle $$7$$$$deg$$, the chip thickness was found to be $$2.5mm$$ when the uncut chip thickness was set to $$1mm,$$ find the shear angle $$\phi$$ and find the friction angle $$\beta$$ assuming that Merchants's formula holds good.
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GATE ME 1999
Subjective
+5
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The lives of two tools $$A$$ & $$B$$, governed by the equation $$V{T^{0.125}} = 2.5$$ and $$V{T^{0.25}} = 7$$ respectively in certain machining operation where $$V$$ is the cutting velocity in $$m/s$$ and $$T$$ is the tool life in sec. Find out the speed $$V$$ at which both the tools will have the same life.

Also calculate the corresponding tool life. If you have to machine at a cutting speed of $$1m/s$$, then which one of these tools will you choose in order to have less frequent tool changes?

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GATE ME 1997
Subjective
+5
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In a turning trail using orthogonal tool geometry, a chip length of $$84mm$$ was obtained for an uncut chip length of $$200mm.$$ The cutting conditions were $$V=30m/min,$$ $${t_1} = 0.5mm,$$ rake angle $$=20deg,$$ cutting tool is $$HSS.$$ Estimate shear plane angle, chip thickness and the shear plane angle for minimum chip strain.
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GATE ME 1997
Subjective
+5
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A Throwaway carbide insert was used to machine a steel work pieces with a cutting speed of $$60$$ $$m/min,$$ tool life of $$40$$ minutes was observed, when the cutting speed was increased to $$100$$ $$m/min,$$ the tool life decreased to $$10$$ minutes. The cutting speed for maximum productivity, if tool change time is $$2$$ minutes is
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