MODERN ULTRASONIC DIMENSIONAL TECHNOLOGIES OF HARD-TO-MACHINE AND COMPOSITE MATERIAL BILLET MACHINING
Abstract and keywords
Abstract (English):
There are shown investigation results of possibility for intensification of hard-to-machine and composite material billet machining by means of power use of a low-power ultrasonic field.

Keywords:
ultrasound, cutting force, heat-resistant and titanium alloys, composites, complex packs residual stresses
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