An interim note on machining super high tensile steel

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dc.creator Purcell, J.
dc.creator Ellis, P.J.
dc.creator Vicary, D.P. 2017-05-04T11:40:52Z 2017-05-04T11:40:52Z 1958-09 2022-05-09T10:07:07Z 2022-05-09T10:07:07Z
dc.description A series of tests have been carried out to determine the machinability characteristics of Ultra High Tensile Steels in the 120 tons sq. ins. T/S range with hardness values of 550 to 600 V.P.N. Tool geometry and cutting conditions for end and face milling, drilling and tapping were investigated. A basic approach to tapping tests and tap design was developed. Short descriptions of the tests and a graphical presentation of the results are included. These show optimum conditions and the very critical nature of the variables on tool efficiency for the processes of drilling and end and face milling, under finishing conditions
dc.language en
dc.publisher College of Aeronautics
dc.relation CoA/N-89
dc.relation 89
dc.title An interim note on machining super high tensile steel
dc.type Report

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