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Porankiewicz, B., Iskra, P., Jóźwiak, K., Tanaka, C., and Zborowski, W. (2008). "High speed steel tool wear after wood milling in the presence of high temperature tribochemical reactions," BioRes. 3(3), 838-858.


Wear patterns were analyzed for High Speed Steel (HSS) SKH51 cutting tools after milling wood of four wood species having very different High Temperature Tribochemical Reactions (HTTR), wood density and very low hard mineral contamination (HMC). The experimental results showed that the HTTR can be an important factor influencing acceleration of cutting tool wear.
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