Wood Machining Investigations: Parameters to Consider for Thorough Experimentation

Bolesław Porankiewicz

Abstract


Investigators wanting to study aspects of wood machining face many challenges. The material under investigation is inherently different with respect to its three major axes, and it responds in various ways to local temperature, moisture, and many other variables. Researchers proposing future research projects in this area thus face a critically important task of selecting parameters to include either as variables or as quantities to hold constant. This editorial outlines key parameters and conditions of wood machining that can be considered, depending on the scope of a project.

Keywords


Wood grain orientation angles; Rake angle; Cutting edge dullness; Thickness of cutting layer; Cutting velocity; Moisture content; Wood temperature; Mechanical properties of wood; Physical properties of wood; Main force; Normal force; Tool life

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