Precision Machining VI
Selected, Peer Reviewed Papers From the 6th International Congress of Precision Machining (ICPM2011), September 13-15, 2011, LJMU, Liverpool, Merseyside, UKeBook - 2012
The main aim of this collection of peer-reviewed papers is to promote the topics of precision manufacturing and machining practice, together with manufacturing research and education. Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).The 44 papers are divided into chapters covering: machining, grinding processes, cutting-tool technology, coatings, rotor design and vibratory mass finishing, cutting, precision surfaces, simulation and drilling. It offers a succinct guide to these fields. The biennial Congress is organized by an independent body established by Czech universities. The 44 papers from the sixth sitting cover modeling and surface quality in grinding processes, laser manufacturing, cutting tool technology, rotor design and vibratory mass finishing, advanced manufacturing technology, accuracy and characterization of precision surfaces, advanced machining and simulation, and machining technology. Among specific topics are calculating the effective ground depth of cut by means of a grinding process model, comparing picosecond and femtosecond laser ablation for the surface engraving of metals and semiconductors, pulsed processes when cutting heat-resistant alloys, reactive atom plasma for the rapid figure correction of optical surfaces, and the thrust force of printed circuit board drilling.
Publisher: Durnten-Zurich, Switzerland : Trans Tech Publications, 2012.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (a-c, 271 pages) : illustrations (some color).