The present investigation focuses on the evaluation of tool wear and surface integrity in the context of CFRP cutting. Series of drilling experiments were performed on CFRP plates using cemented carbide solid drills with the aim to investigate correlations between tool damage, cutting forces, temperature and hole surface quality. In particular, a new methodology has been developed to measure the drilling temperature and to assess the quality of the hole surfaces where occurred uncut fibers. As the surface roughness criterion is not relevant for such work materials, a discussion on the definition of the surface topography is proposed for CFRP work material.
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program for graphical analysis of multidimensional flow cytometric list mode data is described. The program offers one-, two-, and three-dimensional inspection of an amount of data that is only limited by disk space. Subpopulations within the original data set can be identified by setting one or more two-dimensional AND gates around them. The order Hollister Toronto Sale of measurement can be used as a parameter for evaluation of time-dependent processes. Other new parameters can be made by zooming in on a parameter, logarithmic transformation, or division of two parameters. The program is written in Turbo Pascal and it can run on any MS-DOC PC with an EGA/VGA resolution screen.