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The vibration affects the surface roughness while using the higher spindle speed. The enlargement of the cutting area also leads to the higher cutting force which causes the vibration of cutting tool during the cutting and results in the poor surface finish. Therefore, it is desirable to know the relations of the spindle speed, the feed rate, the depth of cut and the surface roughness during the grinding process. However, the cutting force depends on the cutting conditions. It is necessary to be generalized in order to eliminate the effect of those combinations of the cutting conditions by taking the ratio of corresponding time records of the cutting force Fy to that of the cutting force Fz.
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