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Traceology, quantifying finishing machining and function: a tool and wear mark characterisation study

Thomas, T.R., Rosén, B.-G., Zahouani, H., Blunt, Liam and Mansori, M. El (2011) Traceology, quantifying finishing machining and function: a tool and wear mark characterisation study. Wear, 271 (3/4). pp. 553-558. ISSN 00431648

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Abstract

Traceology is defined as the study of wear marks and its history in criminology and archaeology is briefly described. It is proposed that the concept of traceology can be extended to machined surfaces, particularly those produced by abrasive techniques. A taxonomy of wear marks is outlined which would encompass both pits and scratches. Taxonomic implementations such as the morphology rose and the morphological tree are introduced. The general principles of traceology are illustrated by case studies from criminology, archaeology and abrasive machining processes.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
Schools: School of Computing and Engineering
School of Computing and Engineering > Centre for Precision Technologies
School of Computing and Engineering > Centre for Precision Technologies > Surface Metrology Group
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Depositing User: Graham Stone
Date Deposited: 14 May 2010 13:31
Last Modified: 09 Aug 2012 17:07
URI: http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/id/eprint/7712

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