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2021 ◽  
Vol 1047 ◽  
pp. 74-81
Nguyen Huu Loc ◽  
Tring Quoc Hung

This paper discusses the experimental study and the mechanism of chip formation, sliding and cutting in processing wood milling surface. The main objective is to determine chip thickness upon the coefficient k and tool tip radius ρ. Technically, when analysing we use FCCCD's second-order response surfaces method and analysis of variance (ANOVA) for determining the coefficient k upon the factors of milling cutter diameter D, the feeding per tooth Sz and tool tip radius ρ. According to the obtained experimental results, we determined the value domain of the machine's working factors so that the cutter tool tip can slide or cut the chip on the milled surface of tropical wood materials. From the coefficient k, we can determine the slide length Lsl which gives reason for the abrasion phenomenon of the front or rear sides of the cutter. The results allow us to choose the geometrical parameters ​​for milling cutter, apart from the working parameters for processing the surface of wood materials with the highest quality as possible.

Luís G. Silva Junior ◽  
Felipe A. S. Silva ◽  
Tiago G. Faria ◽  
Martin P. Kessler ◽  
Leandro O. Salviano

Zhiguo Wang ◽  
Wen Zhao ◽  
He Wang ◽  
Yang Chen ◽  
Qian Bai ◽  

Molecules ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 26 (19) ◽  
pp. 5875
Christos P. Constantinides ◽  
Maria Koyioni ◽  
Fadwat Bazzi ◽  
Maria Manoli ◽  
Daniel B. Lawson ◽  

The crystal structure and solid-state packing of 4-chloro-5H-1,2,3-dithiazol-5-one and two polymorphs of 4-chloro-5H-1,2,3-dithiazole-5-thione were analyzed and compared to structural data of similar systems. These five-membered S,N-rich heterocycles are planar with considerable bond localization. All three structures demonstrate tight solid-state packing without voids which is attributed to a rich network of short intermolecular electrostatic contacts. These include Sδ+…Nδ−, Sδ+…Oδ−, Sδ+…Clδ− and Sδ+…Sδ− interactions that are well within the sum of their van der Waals radii (∑VDW). B3LYP, BLYP, M06, mPW1PW, PBE and MP2 were employed to calculate their intramolecular geometrical parameters, the Fukui condensed functions to probe their reactivity, the bond order, Bird Index and NICS(1) to establish their aromaticity.

Vikalp Jha ◽  
Vikranth Kumar Surasani ◽  
Balaji Krishnamurthy

A 3D mathematical model is developed to study effects of various geometrical parameters such as cathode to anode thickness ratio, rib width, and channel width under various flow conditions, on the performance of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC). These parameters represent the cathode supported configuration of the solid oxide fuel cell. It is observed from simulation results that performance of SOFC fuel cell is increased at higher cathode to anode thickness. Simulation results also showed that for different volumetric flow rates, the current density and fuel cell performance decrease as rib width increases, what is due to higher contact resistance. It is also shown that by increasing the channel width, the fuel cell performance was increased due to increase in the reaction surface area. Simulation results are compared and validated with literature experimental data, showing well agreement.

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