cutting ratio

cutting ratio

[′kəd·iŋ ‚rā·shō]
(engineering)
As applied to metal cutting, the ratio of depth of cut to chip thickness for a given shear angle.
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(2) V = [empty set], S = [empty set], Z = [empty set], [d.sub.cut] = [[tau].sub.0]; (3) Perform a hierarchy clustering algorithm to social interest set: U; (4) A clustering pedigree chart and a hierarchy clustered set: V is obtained; (5) While n < K and [d.sub.cut] > [tau] do (6) Do Cutting operation to V (7) Computer cutting ratio: x, expected cluster ratio: f(x), current cluster ratio: r (8) if (indivisible subset: Z in V exists) (9) then { (10) V = V \ Z, S = S [union] Z; (11) Update [DELTA]C; (12) } (13) Calculate cutting step value: [lambda]; (14) if r > f(x) (15) then [d.sub.cut] = [d.sub.cut] - [lambda]; (16) else [d.sub.cut] = [d.sub.cut] + [lambda]; (17) End while (18) [PSI] = V [union] S; (19) n = N(V) + N(S); (20) Return [PSI], n 4.2.2.
According to the cutting ratio, we divide the whole cutting process into two stages: coarse cutting stage and fine cutting stage.