Machining conditions effect to machining temperature and forces in orthogonal machining of bone
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Bone machining processes are often performed in orthopaedic surgery and dental implantation, yet its analytical study is lacking. Towards contributing analysis on bone machining, this study reviews available references on orthogonal machining of bones. Considering the allowable limit in temperature and duration during bone machining to avoid thermal necrosis, machining temperature and forces are the machining responses of interest. Machining conditions (cutting speed, depth of cut, cooling method, tool geometry, and cutting direction) are analyzed in term of their effect to those machining responses. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
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