Tribology of Abrasive Machining ProcessesBy
- Ioan D. Marinescu
- W. Brian Rowe
- Boris Dimitrov
- Hitoshi Ohmori
This book draws upon the science of tribology to understand, predict and improve abrasive machining processes. Pulling together information on how abrasives work, the authors, who are renowned experts in abrasive technology, demonstrate how tribology can be applied as a tool to improve abrasive machining processes.
Each of the main elements of the abrasive machining system are looked at, and the tribological factors that control the efficiency and quality of the processes are described. Since grinding is by far the most commonly employed abrasive machining process, it is dealt with in particular detail.
Solutions are posed to many of the most commonly experienced industrial problems, such as poor accuracy, poor surface quality, rapid wheel wear, vibrations, work-piece burn and high process costs. This practical approach makes this book an essential tool for practicing engineers.
Mechanical and manufacturing engineers; Machining process engineers, technicians,
Hardbound, 600 Pages
Published: December 2012
Imprint: William Andrew
The breadth of knowledge presented is excellent, providing a wide body of test toreference regarding abrasive processes - Dr Matthew Marshall, University of Sheffield.I find myself turning to Marinescus Tribology when I want fundamental information onthe nature of grit-workpiece contact - Dr Jeffrey Badger, Consultant Engineer
1) Introduction to Abrasive Processes
2) Tribosystems of Abrasive Machining Processes
3) Kinematic Models of Abrasive Contacts4) Contact Mechanics
5) Forces, Friction, and Energy6) Thermal Design of Processes
7) Molecular Dynamics for Abrasive Process Simulation8) Fluid Delivery
9) Electrolytic In-Process Dressing (ELID) Grinding and Polishing10) Grinding Wheel and Abrasive Topography
11) Abrasives and Abrasive Tools12) Conditioning of Abrasive Wheels
13) Loose Abrasive Processes14) Process Fluids for Abrasive Machining
15) Tribology of Abrasive Machining16) Processed Materials