Metal Machining: Theory and Applications by Thomas Childs, Katsuhiro Maekawa

Metal Machining: Theory and Applications book

Book Title : Metal Machining: Theory and Applications
Author(s)  : Thomas Childs, Katsuhiro Maekawa, , Toshiyuki Obikawa, Yasuo Yamane
Publisher   : Elsevier Publishing Company
Edition      : First Edition (2010)
Pages       : 416
PDF Size   : 2.8 Mb

Book Description:
Metal machining is the most widespread metal-shaping process in the mechanical manufacturing industry. Worldwide investment in metal machining tools increases year on year and the wealth of nations can be judged by it. Metal Machining: Theory and Applications by Thomas Childs, Katsuhiro Maekawa eBook is the most up-to-date in the field provides in-depth discussion of the theory and application of metal machining at an high level.

Table of contents :
Preface
1 Introduction
1.1 Machine tool technology
1.2 Manufacturing systems
1.3 Materials technology
1.4 Economic optimization of machining
1.5 A forward look
2 Chip formation fundamentals
2.1 Historical introduction
2.2 Chip formation mechanics
2.3 Thermal modelling
2.4 Friction, lubrication and wear
2.5 Summary
3 Work and tool materials
3.1 Work material characteristics in machining
3.2 Tool materials
4 Tool damage
4.1 Tool damage and its classification
4.2 Tool life
4.3 Summary
5 Experimental methods
5.1 Microscopic examination methods
5.2 Forces in machining
5.3 Temperatures in machining
5.4 Acoustic emission
6 Advances in mechanics
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Slip-line field modelling
6.3 Introducing variable flow stress behavior
6.4 Non-orthogonal (three-dimensional) machining
7 Finite element methods
7.1 Finite element background
7.2 Historical developments
7.3 The Iterative Convergence Method
7.4 Material flow stress modelling for finite element analyses
8 Applications of finite element analysis
8.1 Simulation of BUE formation
8.2 Simulation of unsteady chip formation
8.3 Machinability analysis of free cutting steels
8.4 Cutting edge design
8.5 Summary
9 Process selection, improvement and control
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Process models
9.3 Optimization of machining conditions and expert system applications
9.4 Monitoring and improvement of cutting states
9.5 Model-based systems for simulation and control of machining
Appendices
1 Metals’ plasticity, and its finite element formulation
A1.1 Yielding and flow under triaxial stresses: initial concepts
A1.2 The special case of perfectly plastic material in plane strain
A1.3 Yielding and flow in a triaxial stress state: advanced analysis
A1.4 Constitutive equations for numerical modelling
A1.5 Finite element formulations
2 Conduction and convection of heat in solids
A2.1 The differential equation for heat flow in a solids
A2.2 Selected problems, with no convection
A2.3 Selected problems, with convection
A2.4 Numerical (finite element) methods
3 Contact mechanics and friction
A3.1 Introduction
A3.2 The normal contact of a single asperity on an elastic foundation
A3.3 The normal contact of arrays of asperities on an elastic foundation
A3.4 Asperities with traction, on an elastic foundation
A3.5 Bulk yielding
A3.6 Friction coefficients greater than unity
4 Work material: typical mechanical and thermal behaviours
A4.1 Work material: room temperature, low strain rate, strain hardening behaviours
A4.2 Work material: thermal properties
A4.3 Work material: strain hardening behaviours at high strain rates and temperatures
5 Approximate tool yield and fracture analysis
A5.1 Tool yielding
A5.2 Tool fracture
6 Tool material properties
A6.1 High speed steels
A6.2 Cemented carbides and cermet’s
A6.3 Ceramics and superhard materials
7 Fuzzy logic
A7.1 Fuzzy sets
A7.2 Fuzzy operations

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