This book draws upon the science of tribology to understand, predict and improve abrasive machining processes. Pulling together information on how abrasives work, the authors, who are renowned experts in abrasive technology, demonstrate how tribology can be applied as a tool to improve abrasive machining processes. Each of the main elements of the abrasive machining system are looked at, and the tribological factors that control the efficiency and quality of the processes are described. Since grinding is by far the most commonly employed abrasive machining process, it is dealt with in particular detail. Solutions are posed to many of the most commonly experienced industrial problems, such as poor accuracy, poor surface quality, rapid wheel wear, vibrations, work-piece burn and high process costs. This practical approach makes this book an essential tool for practicing engineers. Uses the science of tribology to improve understanding and of abrasive machining processes in order to increase performance, productivity and surface quality of final products A comprehensive reference on how abrasives work, covering kinematics, heat transfer, thermal stresses, molecular dynamics, fluids and the tribology of lubricants Authoritative and ground-breaking in its first edition, the 2nd edition includes 30% new and updated material, including new topics such as CMP (Chemical Mechanical Polishing) and precision machining for micro-and nano-scale applications
Recent and radically improved machining processes, from high wheel speeds to nanotechnology, have turned a spotlight on abrasive machining processes as a fertile area for further advancements. Written for researchers, students, engineers and technicians in manufacturing, this book presents a fundamental rethinking of important tribological elements of abrasive machining processes and their effects on process efficiency and product quality. Newer processes such as chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) and silicon wafer dicing can be better understood as tribological processes. Understanding the tribological principles of abrasive processes is crucial to discovering improvements in accuracy, production rate, and surface quality of products spanning all industries, from machine parts to ball bearings to contact lens to semiconductors.
The main goal in preparing this book was to publish contemporary concepts, new discoveries and innovative ideas in the field of surface engineering, predominantly for the technical applications, as well as in the field of production engineering and to stress some problems connected with the use of various surface processes in modern manufacturing of different purpose machine parts. This book is an attempt to introduce science into the study of surface treatment processes. Tribology offers a good approach for describing abrasive machining and coating processes and offers the ability to predict some of the outputs of the processes. The study of friction, forces, and energy explores the importance of the various factors which govern the stresses and deformations of abrasion. The effects of grain shape, depth of penetration, and lubrication on the process forces are explored. The tribology of nanostructured surfaces involves many fundamental and scientific issues. More importantly, it has tremendous applications in industries. It is a powerful tool to regulate friction, adhesion, and wetting of surfaces by altering their geometric textures and material compositions at the nanoscale, and, hence, to control the tribological performance of the engineering surfaces.
Machining and Tribology: Processes, Surfaces, Coolants, and Modeling provides insight into the tribological effects of various machining processes providing a deeper understanding of machining mechanisms, force generation, chip formation, and tool wear. Covering the latest research, cutting-edge R&D scenarios, and industrial applications, the book starts by looking at the tribology between different combinations of cutting tools and workpiece materials focusing mainly on turning, milling, and drilling processes. From there the book explores the effects of different coolants such as flood, minimum quantity lubrication, and cryogenics on machining forces, tool wear, friction, chip formation, and surface generation during various machining processes. Tribological considerations when machining composite materials and in micro- and nano-machining follows, and the book concludes with chapters covering modeling and simulation scenarios for predicting machining forces, tool wear, surface generation, and chip formation, with a final chapter discussing friction and wear reduction techniques such as hybrid machining, thermal-assisted machining, vibration-assisted machining, and more Draws upon the science of tribology to better understand, predict, and improve machining processes Covers tribology in different types of machining such as turning, milling, rinding, abrasive jet machining, and more Discusses techniques to minimize friction and wear in machining processes Outlines modeling and simulation techniques and scenarios Explores the underlying mechanisms of coolant contributions on machining processes
During 2001 and 2002, the Tribology Group Committee of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers organized a series of seminars to highlight the value of tribology and to outline recent developments in it. Emphasizing the practice of considering friction and lubrication at all stages of the lifecycle of interface components, the 19 papers gathered from those seminars summarize the current state of condition monitoring, lubrication, coatings and materials, and other aspects. Distributed in the US by ASME. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
|Author||: S. Das,G. Kibria,B. Doloi,B. Bhattacharyya|
|Publisher||: Springer Nature|
|Release Date||: 2020-05-10|
|ISBN 10||: 3030433129|
|Pages||: 271 pages|
This book presents the advances in abrasive based machining and finishing in broad sense. Specifically, the book covers the novel machining and finishing strategies implemented in various advanced machining processes for improving machining accuracy and overall quality of the product. This book presents the capability of advanced machining processes using abrasive grain. It also covers ways for enhancing the production rate as well as quality. It fulfills the gap between the production of any complicated components and successful machining with abrasive particles.
Grinding is a crucial technology that employs specific abrasive processes for the fabrication of advanced products and surfaces. Handbook of Machining with Grinding Wheels, Second Edition highlights important industry developments that can lead to improved part quality, higher productivity, and lower costs. Divided into two parts, the book begins with an explanation of grinding behavior and ends with a focus on new and emerging industrial applications. While the first edition focused on the basics of abrasive machining technology and presented a unified approach to machining with grinding wheels, the second edition ties in the continued need for traditional processes in conjunction with the latest applications. This book highlights new research topics that include: nanotechnology, alternative energy, and additive manufacturing, compares related approaches, and provides numerous references throughout the book. New in the Second Edition: Contains the latest information on abrasives, bonds, and dressing Updates classic stability lobes for grinding Introduces a new method for tracking dynamic instability in centerless grinding Provides a section in the chapter on ultrasonic-assisted grinding, which contains recent work on modelling of the process Adds material on fluid cooling Presents experimental results for in-process feedback to the grinding process Includes new examples on grinding machine technology (particularly for dressing) A single source reference covering every aspect of the grinding process, Handbook of Machining with Grinding Wheels functions as a definitive guide to grinding technology for both practicing engineers and students studying graduate-level courses (such as abrasive machining; grinding R&D; metal removal processes; machining of brittle materials; and principles of cutting).
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS). Abrasive machining is one of the oldest technologies, and continues to have a far-reaching impact on a broad spectrum of industries. In particular, there is an ever-increasing demand by modern manufacturing for advanced abrasive techniques and other precision machining technologies. As well as abrasive-related technologies, electrical discharge machining (EDM), glass molding, machine tool systems, green manufacturing, laser-beam machining, tribology, advanced cutting methods, etc. are addressed here. The more than 167 presentations contributed by workers from all over the world will make this volume essential reading.
Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 17th International Symposium on Advances in Abrasive Technology (ISAAT 2014), September 22-25, 2014, Hawaii, USA. The 138 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Abrasive Machining, Chapter 2: Surface Quality, Chapter 3: Brittle Material Machining, Chapter 4: Grinding Wheel, Chapter 5: High Efficiency Machining, Chapter 6: Cutting Technology, Chapter 7: Tribology in Manufacturing, Chapter 8: Micro/Nano Machining, Chapter 9: Finishing/Lapping/Polishing, Chapter 10: System Development, Chapter 11: Monitoring & Analysis, Chapter 12: Metrology & Evaluation, Chapter 13: Chemo-Mechanical Polishing, Chapter 14: Non-Traditional Machining
This book presents a wealth of valuable up-to-date information for active researchers and engineers, and will certainly form a solid basis for any future research, in the field of abrasive technology, which is aimed at creating new and practical machine tools, systems and processes, or at identifying new characteristics.
This book collects several examples of research in machining processes. Chapter 1 provides information on polycrystalline diamond tool material and its emerging applications. Chapter 2 is dedicated to the analysis of orthogonal cutting experiments using diamond-coated tools with force and temperature measurements. Chapter 3 describes the estimation of cutting forces and tool wear using modified mechanistic models in high performance turning. Chapter 4 contains information on cutting under gas shields for industrial applications. Chapter 5 is dedicated to the machinability of magnesium and its alloys. Chapter 6 provides information on grinding science. Finally, chapter 7 is dedicated to flexible integration of shape and functional modelling of machine tool spindles in a design framework.
Principles of Modern Grinding Technology, Second Edition, provides insights into modern grinding technology based on the author’s 40 years of research and experience in the field. It provides a concise treatment of the principles involved and shows how grinding precision and quality of results can be improved and costs reduced. Every aspect of the grinding process--techniques, machines and machine design, process control, and productivity optimization aspects--come under the searchlight. The new edition is an extensive revision and expansion of the first edition covering all the latest developments, including center-less grinding and ultra-precision grinding. Analyses of factors that influence grinding behavior are provided and applications are presented assisted by numerical examples for illustration. The new edition of this well-proven reference is an indispensible source for technicians, engineers, researchers, teachers, and students who are involved with grinding processes. Well-proven source revised and expanded by undisputed authority in the field of grinding processes Coverage of the latest developments, such as ultra-precision grinding machine developments and trends in high-speed grinding Numerically worked examples give scale to essential process parameters The book as a whole and in particular the treatment of center-less grinding is considered to be unchallenged by other books