|This thesis investigates the phenomenon of chip formation and chip breaking process
in metal cutting, which is a crucial aspect of modern manufacturing processes. The
objective of this study is to understand the mechanisms involved in the formation and
breaking of chips, and to analyze and understand chip formation and the breaking
process thoroughly, enabling accurate predictions.
The analysis was conducted by extensively investigating various cutting parameters,
such as cutting speed, feed rate, and depth of cut. The experimental study
encompassed a wide range of metallic materials, including aluminum, brass, and
The results of the study demonstrate that the chip formation and breaking process in
metal cutting is a complex phenomenon that is affected by various factors such as
material properties, cutting parameters, and tool geometry. Through detailed analysis,
accurate predictions of chip formation and the breaking process were achieved. These
predictions serve as a valuable tool for optimizing cutting parameters and enhancing
overall machining performance.
The findings of this study have significant implications for the manufacturing
industry, where the optimization of machining parameters can lead to significant
improvements in productivity, quality, and cost-effectiveness. The analysis provides
valuable insights for the industry to achieve these goals and enhance their
competitiveness in the global market.