Evaluate the shear plane angle, Mechanical Engineering

In an orthogonal cutting process, following data were taken. Chip length of 80mm was obtained with an uncut chip length of 200mm and the rake angle used was20 degrees and depth of cut 0.5mm. The vertical and horizontal components of cutting force FH and FV were 2000N and 200N respectively. Evaluate the shear plane angle, chip thickness, friction angle resultant cutting force.

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