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Discussion Forum : Production Engineering - Section 1 (Q.No. 12)
Cast iron during machining produces
continuous chips
discontinuous chips
continuous chips with built-up-edge
none of these
Answer: Option
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Kajol Adhav said:   4 years ago
1. The ductile materials during machining produces continuous chips or continuous chis with built u edge.
2. The brittle materials during machining produces discontinuous chips.

Ravi said:   1 decade ago
As cast iron is a Brittle material for this kind of materials toughness will be lower because of that discontinuous chips will be produced.

Oluwafemi said:   8 years ago
What then is the difference between continuous and discontinuous chips produce during machining?

Manish raygade said:   9 years ago
Cast iron is brittle material So during the machining process it produce discontinuous chip.

Mani said:   7 years ago
Cast iron is the high toughness compare to steel so how to told ci have a lower brittleness.

Suman kumar said:   10 years ago
Because cast iron is brittle material thats the reason it produces discontinuous chip.

SATISH GANDHAM said:   6 years ago
All brittle materials produce a discontinues chips. Cast iron is a brittle material.

Ashish Kumar said:   7 years ago
Cast iron is brittle material. The brittleness material produces discontinues chip.

Chandan kumar barik said:   6 years ago
All brittle material during machining produce discontinuous/segmental chips.

Venkat said:   8 years ago
Hydrodynamic pressure reached the critical value because of tensile stress.

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