Precision Engineering

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2007 - Machining - 418 pages
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Manufacturing generates wealth, whereas high-precision manufacturing is even more lucrative. Mechanical engineers, professionals and students can turn to Precision Engineering for an in-depth understanding on manufacturing of optical, electronic and mechanical products. Starting with an introduction to precision engineering, the book describes theory and design of precision machines as well as mechanics of ultra-precision machining. It also discusses manufacturing based on atomic bit processes as well as topics like atomic force, scanning, electron and optical microscopy, surface finish and clean rooms. The book is designed as per the syllabi of NTU Singapore, UTM Johor Bahru, Malaysia and MMU Melaka, Malaysia.
  

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Contents

Precision Engineering
1
Tool Materials for Precision Machining
33
Mechanics of Materials Cutting
80
Advances in Precision Grinding
142
UltraPrecision Machine Elements
187
Rolling Element Hydrodynamic and Hydrostatic Bearings
219
Gas Lubricated Bearings
287
MicroelectroMechanical Systems MEMS
366
Author Index
408
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