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1. Introduction of machining tribology
2. The underlying mechanisms of coolant contribution in machining process
Bikash Chandra Behera, Chetan Harry, Sudarsan Ghosh, and P. Venkateswara Rao
3. Advanced cooling-lubrication technologies in metal machining
Mozammel Mia, Muhommad Azizur Rahman, Munish Kumar Gupta, Neeraj Sharma, Mohd Danish, and Chander Prakasj
4. Abrasive wear during machining of hard nanostructured cermet coatings
A. K. Basak and Alokesh Pramanik
5. Tribology in (abrasive) water jet machining: a review
K. Bimla Mardi, Amit Dixit, Alokesh Pramanik, and A. K. Basak
6. Modeling and analysis of forces and finishing spot size in ball end magnetorheological finishing (BEMRF) process
Zafar Alam, Faiz Iqbal, and Sunil Jha
7. Simulation of force, energy, and surface integrity during nanometric machining by molecular dynamics
Chenshuo Liu and Pei Chen
8. Molecular dynamics simulation of friction, lubrication, and tool wear during nanometric machining
Jia Li, Yuanyuan Tian, and Qihong Fang
9. Tribological aspects of different machining processes
Gourhari Ghosh, Mayank Kumar, Ajay M. Sidpara, and Partha P. Bandyopadhyay
10. Surface texturing for improved tribological performance in deep hole drilling
Akshay Chaudhari, Malarvizhi Sankaranarayanasamy, and A. Senthil Kumar
Machining and Tribology provides insight into both the role of tribology in machining and the effects of various machining processes on tribology, exploring topics such as machining mechanisms, coolant technology, tool wear, and more. Covering the latest research, the book starts by looking at the tribological aspects of turning, milling, and drilling processes. From there, it explores the effects of different coolants such as flood, minimum quantity lubrication, and cryogenics on machining forces, tool wear, friction, chip formation, and surface generation during various machining processes. Tribological considerations of machined components follow, and the volume concludes with chapters covering simulation scenarios for predicting machining forces, tool wear, surface generation, and chip formation.
- Draws upon the science of tribology to better understand, predict, and improve machining processes
- Covers tribology in different types of machining such as turning, milling, grinding, abrasive jet machining, and others
- Explores the underlying mechanisms of coolant contributions on machining processes
- Applies simulation techniques to explore the mechanism of nano-machining
Academic researchers in mechanical engineering and manufacturing; engineers; advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st October 2021
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Alokesh Pramanik is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Curtin University, Perth, Australia. Prior to that, he held research fellow and research engineering positions at Deakin University and Swinburne University of Technology, respectively. He has edited two books and written sixteen book chapters and dozens of peer-reviewed articles on machining, materials, and tribology. His research interests include machining processes, wear and friction, composite materials, biomaterials, and thin films.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University, Perth, Australia
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