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  1. #1 Wood moisture content influence to cutting tool wear 
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    Hello,

    I'm studying at university, wood engineering (master's degree). I have a task - to write an abstract about wood moisture content influence to cutting tool wear. I've tried everything but I can't find any articles about this topic. By the way, articles can't be older than 5 years.

    I've tried this websites:
    FPO IP Research & Communities
    SpringerLink - electronic journals, protocols and books.
    http://ieeexplore.ieee.org
    and of course google.com :-).

    Maybe someone of you had same task and could share information. I would be grateful.


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    Did you try Google scholar? Quite a few about tool wear related to wood came up.

    wood properties tool wear - Google Scholar


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynx_Fox View Post
    Did you try Google scholar? Quite a few about tool wear related to wood came up.

    wood properties tool wear - Google Scholar
    Thank you. I'll try to use it.
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    I notice that one of the papers in there talks about corrosion as a wear mechanism. This effect is widespread for abrasive wear of metals but is sometimes overlooked. In the wear lab I worked in within the mining industry and we had a rule of thumb that the corrosive component of wear in wet abrasion situations was about equal to the physical abrasion rate from micro-cutting and micro-ploughing, for the typical wear materials that were used.

    Green timber can be very wet. When a chainsaw is used to cut logs from a freshly fallen tree it can produce a considerable spray of water when you get to the bottom of the log.
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