Analysis of Material Removal Processes
Metal removal processes - cutting and grinding in this book - are an integral part of a large number of manufacturing systems, either as the primary manufacturing process, or as an important part of preparing the tooling for other manufacturing processes. In recent years, industry and educational institutions have concentrated on the metal removal system, perhaps at the expense of the process. This book concentrates on metal removal processes, particularly on the modeling aspects that can either give a direct answer or suggest the general requirements as to how to control, improve or change a metal removal process. This modeling knowledge is more important with automated computer controlled systems than it has ever been before, because quantitative knowledge is needed to design and operate these systems. This senior undergraduate/graduate textbook is aimed at providing the quantitative knowledge, often times at an elementary level, for handling the technological aspects of setting up and operating a metal removal process and interpreting the experience of planning, operating and improving a metal removal process based on rule of thumb approaches.
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12 Analysis of Material Removal for Process Planning
Metrology Quality Control and Data Analysis
23 Quality Control
24 Experimental Design Methods for Empirical Data
62 Terms and Specifications for the Grinding System
63 Kinematics of Grinding
64 Calculations for Planning a Grinding Cycle
Machining Economics and Optimization
72 Maximum Production Rate or Minimum Production Time
Mechanics and Thermal Models for Machining
32 Mechanics Models for Machining
33 Steady State Temperatures
Edge Materials Wear and Fluids for Cutting and Grinding
42 Cutting and Grinding Fluids
43 Wear of Cutting Edges
Practical Machining Processes
52 Turning and Facing
53 Face and End Milling
73 Minimum Unit Cost
74 Maximum Profit Rate
Modeling Machining Vibration for Stability Analysis
82 Stability Analysis in Turning
83 Stability Analysis of Cylindrical Plunge Grinding
84 Some Practical Ways to Diagnose and Minimize Chatter
Code for Simulation Examples
C Code for Example 81 Single Degree of Freedom Stability Analysis for Turning
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abrasive analysis ASME Transactions assumed average chip thickness calculations carbide Chapter chart chip flow chip thickness common constraints contact length cost cutter cutting and grinding cutting conditions cutting edge cutting fluid cutting speed cylindrical grinding depth of cut determined diameter drill edge geometry empirical model end milling Engineering for Industry estimate Example face milling Figure friction function grinding process grinding wheel grit havg high speed steel kinematics lubrication machine tool machining and grinding machining or grinding material removal processes material removal rate maximum measured mechanics Metal Cutting Metrology milling cutters mm/rev normal normal force oblique machining operation orthogonal cutting orthogonal machining power law predict problem process planning radial depth rake angle rotational speed s/edge Section shear plane angle solution sparkout specific cutting energy spindle stability steel stiffness surface grinding swarf Table thermal tool life equation tool material unit production variables vibration workpiece workpiece material
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