Analysis of Material Removal Processes

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 20, 1991 - Science - 254 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
1
12 Analysis of Material Removal for Process Planning
3
13 References
5
Metrology Quality Control and Data Analysis
6
22 Tolerancing
13
23 Quality Control
21
24 Experimental Design Methods for Empirical Data
27
25 References
36
Grinding Processes
159
62 Terms and Specifications for the Grinding System
162
63 Kinematics of Grinding
166
64 Calculations for Planning a Grinding Cycle
172
65 References
184
66 Problems
185
Machining Economics and Optimization
190
72 Maximum Production Rate or Minimum Production Time
193

26 Problems
37
Mechanics and Thermal Models for Machining
39
32 Mechanics Models for Machining
43
33 Steady State Temperatures
62
34 References
75
35 Problems
77
Edge Materials Wear and Fluids for Cutting and Grinding
80
42 Cutting and Grinding Fluids
86
43 Wear of Cutting Edges
90
44 References
99
Practical Machining Processes
102
52 Turning and Facing
114
53 Face and End Milling
124
54 Drilling
141
55 References
149
56 Problems
151
73 Minimum Unit Cost
194
74 Maximum Profit Rate
199
75 References
204
76 Problems
205
Modeling Machining Vibration for Stability Analysis
208
82 Stability Analysis in Turning
211
83 Stability Analysis of Cylindrical Plunge Grinding
221
84 Some Practical Ways to Diagnose and Minimize Chatter
225
85 References
226
86 Problems
227
Bibliography
229
Code for Simulation Examples
245
C Code for Example 81 Single Degree of Freedom Stability Analysis for Turning
248
Index
251
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