556 pages | 453 B/W Illus.
Written by an expert with over 40 years of experience in research and teaching machining and related topics, this new edition textbook presents the principles and theories of material removal and applications for conventional, nonconventional and hybrid machining processes. The new edition is ideal for undergraduate students in production, materials, industrial, mechatronics, marine, mechanical, and manufacturing engineering programs, and also useful for graduate programs related to higher-level machining topics, as well as professional engineers and technicians. All chapters are updated, with additional chapters covering new topics of composite machining, vibration assisted machining and mass finishing operations.
Chapter 1 Machining Processes Chapter 2 Cutting Tools Chapter 3 Mechanics of Orthogonal Cutting Chapter 4 Tool Wear, Tool Life, and Economics of Metal Cutting Chapter 5 Cutting Cylindrical Surfaces Chapter 6 Cutting Flat Surfaces Chapter 7 High-Speed Machining Chapter 8 Machining by Abrasion Chapter 9 Abrasive Finishing Processes Chapter 10 Modern Abrasive Processes Chapter 11 Magnetic Field・Assisted Finishing Processes Chapter 12 Mass Finishing Operations Chapter 13 Machining by Electrochemical Erosion Chapter 14 Machining by Thermal Erosion Chapter 15 Hybrid Machining Processes Chapter 16 Micromachining Chapter 17 Machining Composite Materials Chapter 18 Vibration-Assisted Machining Chapter 19 Machinability Chapter 20 Machining Process Selection