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December 23, 2020 Forthcoming by CRC Press
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This two volume set includes the latest principles behind the processes of drilling and excavation on Earth and other planets. It covers the categories of drills, the history of drilling and excavation, various drilling techniques and associated issues, rock coring (acquisition, damage control, caching and transport, restoration of "in-situ" conditions and data interpretation), as well as unconsolidated soil drilling and borehole stability. It describes the drilling process from basic science and associated process of breaking and penetrating various media and the required hardware and the process of excavation and analysis of the sampled media.

Table of Contents

Volume 1: Advances in Terrestrial Drilling. 
1. Introduction – drilling as means of penetrating solids. 
Yoseph Bar-Cohen and Kriz Zacny
2. Design, modeling and testing of piezoelectric actuated percussive drills. 
Hyeong Jae Lee, Xiaoqi Bao, Mircea Badescu, Stewart Sherrit and Yoseph Bar-Cohen
3. Subtractive and additive manufacturing applied to drilling systems. 
Javaid Butt, Vahaj Mohaghegh, Shabnam Sadeghi-Esfahlani and Hassan Shirvan
4. Onshore Drilling. 
Alfred Eustes, Saleh Alhaidari, Ahmed Amer, Nicole Bourdon, Deep Joshi, Kirtland McKenna, Ozan Uzun, and Zachary Zody
5. Offshore Deep-Water Drilling. 
Marcio Yamamoto, José Ricardo Pelaquim Mendes and Kazuo Miura
6. Recent Innovations in Drilling in Ice. 
Mary R. Albert, Kristina Slawny, Grant Boeckmann, Chris Gibson, Jay Johnson, Keith Makinson, Julius Rix
7. Environmental Drilling / Sampling and Offshore Modeling Systems. 
Roy Long, Peter Lucon, Ernie Majer, Kelly Rose
8. Drilling Automation. 
Richard Meehan
9. Specialized drilling techniques for medical applications. 
Yoseph Bar-Cohen, Hyeong Jae Lee, Mircea Badescu, Stewart Sherrit, Xiaoqi Bao and Yoseph Shalev

Volume 2: Advances in Extraterrestrial Drilling. 
1. Extraterrestrial Drilling and Excavation. 
Kris Zacny, Gale Paulsen, Phil Chu, Boleslaw Mellerowicz, Stephen Indyk, Justin Spring, Kiel Davis, Erik Mumm, Dean Bergman, Grayson Adams, Jameil Bailey, Jocelyn Bergman, Phil Beard, Ben Bradley, Michael Buchbinder, Conner Castle, Will Cervantes, Paul Chow, Evan Cloninger, Patrick Corrigan, Tighe Costa, Paul Creekmore, Zak Fitzgerald, Steve Ford, Sam Goldman, Stephen Gorevan, Amelia Grossman, Matt Heltsley, Jason Herman, Joe Hernandez, Will Hovik, Robert Huddleston, Anchal Jain, Nathan Jensen, Helen Jung, Robert Kancans, Cecily Keim, Sarineh Keshish, Isabel King, Sherman Lam, Andrea Lamore, Caleb Lang, Jacob Madden, Jessica Maddin, Tibor Makai, Zach Mank, Richard Margulieux, Sara Martinez, Yuka Matsuyama, Andrew Maurer, Molly McCormick, Jerry Moreland, Phil Morrison, Adoni Netter, Phil Ng, Peter Ngo, Huey Nguyen, Joey Palmowski, Aayush Parekh, Fredrick Rehnmark, Hunter Rideout, Albert Ridilla, Ola Rzepiejewska, Dara Sabahi, Luke Sanasarian, Vishnu Sanigepalli, Jeff Shasho, David Smyth, Jesus Sosa, Joey Sparta, Leo Stolov, Miranda Tanouye, Lisa Thomas, Thomas Thomas, Nick Traeden, Ethan Tram, Crystal Ulloa, Dylan Van-Dyne, Vincent Vendiola, Alex Wang, Lillian Ware, Bobby Wei, Hunter Williams, Jack Wilson, Bernice Yen, Ben Younes, Jackson Yeung, David Yu, Mike Zasadzien, Raymond Zheng, Yoseph Bar-Cohen, Mircea Badescu, Xiaoqi Bao, Tom Cwik, Jean-Pierre Fleurial, Jeffery Hall, Kevin Hand, Ben Hockman, Samuel M. Howell, Troy Lee Hudson, Shannon Jackson, Hyeong Jae Lee, Michael Malaska, Brandon Metz, Scott Moreland, Avi Okon, Tyler Okamoto, Dario Riccobono, Kris Sherrill, Stewart Sherrit, Miles Smith, Jurgen Mueller, Wayne Zimmerman, Michael Amato, Melissa Trainer, Don Wegel, Andrej Grubisic, Walter F. Smith, Ralph Lorenz, Elisabeth Turtle, Hirotaka Sawada, Hiroki Kato, Yasutaka Satou, Takashi Kubota, and Masaki Fujimoto, Pietro Baglioni, Stephen Durrant, Richard Fisackerly, Roland Trautner, Marek Banaszkiewicz, Karol Seweryn, Matthias Grott, Tilman Spohn, Christian Krause, Torben Wippermann, Roy Lichtenheldt, Akihiro Fujiwara, Taro Nakamura, Jerzy Grygorczuk, Bartosz Kędziora, Łukasz Wiśniewski, Tomasz Kuciński, Gordon Wasilewski, Seiichi Nagihara, Rohit Bhartia, Hiroyuki Kawamoto, Andrea Rusconi, Christian Panza, Marco Peruzzotti, Julius Rix, Robert Mulvaney, Pablo Sobron, Ryan Timoney, Kevin Worrall, Patrick Harkness, Naohiro Uyama, Hiroshi Kanamori, Shigeru Aoki, Dale Winebrenner and Yasuyuki Yamada
2. Novel Methods for Deep Ice Access on Planetary Bodies. 
William Stone, Vickie Siegel, Bart Hogan, Kristof Richmond, Corey Hackley, John Harman, Chris Flesher, Alberto Lopez, Scott Lelievre, Krista Myers, and Nathan Wright
3. Scientific rationale for planetary drilling. 
H. M. Sapers, L. W. Beegle, C. M. Caudill, E. Cloutis, J. Dickson, and P. Hill
4. Biological Contamination Control and Planetary Protection Measures as Applied to Sample Acquisition. 
J. Benardini, M. Stricker and K. Venkateswaran

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Biography

Dr. Yoseph Bar-Cohen is the Supervisor of the Electroactive Technologies Group (http://ndeaa.jpl.nasa.gov/) and a Senior Research Scientist at the Jet Propulsion Lab/Caltech, Pasadena, CA.   In 1979, he received his Ph.D. in Physics from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.  His research is focused on electro-mechanics including planetary sample handling mechanisms, novel actuators that are driven by such materials as piezoelectric and EAP (also known as artificial muscles) and biomimetics.


Dr. Kris Zacny is a Senior Research Scientist, Vice President and Director of Exploration Technology Group at Honeybee Robotics. His expertise includes terrestrial and extraterrestrial robotic drilling, excavation, sample handling and processing, geotechnical systems, and sensors. Dr. Zacny received his PhD (UC Berkeley, 2005) in Geotechnical Engineering with an emphasis on Mars drilling, ME (UC Berkeley, 2001) in Petroleum Engineering with emphasis on Drilling and Materials Science, and BSc cum laude (U. Cape Town, 1997) in Mechanical Engineering.