Fundamentals of Machining Lab instructions-5

Fundamentals of Machining Lab instructions-5 - Instructions...

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Instructions for Preparing the Lab Report on Fundamentals of Machining ME1800 2007DB 15% of the Final Grade Work in groups of two. Please put both names and email addresses clearly on the top of the first page. Hand in on-line – as an assignment All text, tables, and graphs and any other material for grading must be in one pdf or word document. The source of all information should be clear. 1. well known, e.g., a²+b²=c² 2. scientific/technical literature, in-text citation (author year) format – the full citation in the reference section 3. conclusions from your work Use the following main sections (please keep the same numbering): 1. Objectives, 2. Methods, 3. Results, 4. Discussion and 5. Conclusions 6. References 150% spindle load = 15hp Tool nose radius = 1/32in Side cutting edge angle = 15deg Rake angle=12deg The write up should be as clear, complete and as succinct as possible. The following six sections provide more specific instructions. _______________________________________________________________________ 1. Objectives Investigate feed as an independent variable and note its influence power, surface roughness, and on the chip thickness and width. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ME 1800 taught by Professor Brown during the Winter '08 term at WPI.

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