Nanofinishing Science and Technology
Basic and Advanced Finishing and Polishing Processes
Finishing is the final operation after a part is sized and shaped. Currently in high tech industries, there is a demand for nano level surface finishing of components. This process is done to improve the surface finish, to remove the recast layer, or to remove surface and sub-surface defects. The result is low friction, longer product life, and low power requirements. Equally important is the aesthetic aspect of the product. This subject is growing very fast from the technology as well as a science point of view. Books on this subject are very limited, particularly those ones that deal with both the science as well as the technology aspects.
Table of Contents
Foreword, Preface, Editor, Contributors, Introduction to Nanofinishing, Honing, Lapping, Abrasive Flow Finishing Process and Modeling, Elastic Emission Machining, Elasto-abrasive Finishing, Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Nanofinishing for Ultra-thin TEM Sample Preparation, Magnetic Abrasive Finishing Process and Modeling, Magnetorheological Finishing, Nanofinishing of Free Form Surfaces using BEMRF, Nanofinishing Process for Spherical Components, Chemomechanical magnetorheological finishing, Electrochemical Grinding, Electrochemical Magnetic abrasive finishing, Electric-Discharge Diamond Grinding, Fine Finishing of Gears Electrochemical Honing Process, Measurement Systems for characterization of micro/nano of the finished surfaces, Optimization of Advanced Finishing Processes Using Teaching-Learning-Based Optimization Algorithm, Molecular Dynamic Simulation (MDS) to Study nanoscale cutting Processes, Nanofinishing of Biomedical Implants, Chemo Mechanical Planarization, Subject Index, Authors Index
Dr. Vijay K. Jain passed his B.E. (Mechanical) from Vikram University Ujjain in 1970, and M. E. (Production) from University of Roorke in the year 1973. He did his Ph.D. from University of Roorke in Mechanical Engineering in the year 1980. He has forty three years of teaching and research experience. He has served as a Visiting Professor at the University of California at Berkeley (USA) and University of Nebraska at Lincoln (USA). Presently, he is an emeritus Fellow (retired as a Professor) at Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (India). Dr. Jain has won three gold medals, two silver medals and one best paper award as recognition to his research work. The Institution of Engineers (India), Khosla Research Awards committee and All India Manufacturing Technology Design and Research conference organizing committee have given this honor to him. Dr. Jain has been conferred Life Time Achievement Award for the year 2014 by National Advisory Committee of All India Manufacturing Technology Design and Research conference organizing committee. Dr. Jain has written thirteen books and more than fifteen chapters for different books published by international publishers. Dr. V.K. Jain has been appointed as an Editor-in-chief for two International Journals, a Full Editor of two International Journals and Associate Editor of three International Journals. He has also worked as a Guest-Editor for about fifteen special issues of different International Journals. He has been opted as a member of the editorial board of more than twelve International Journals. He has Eleven Indian patents and One USA patent to his credit. He has guided fifteen Ph.D. students and around 100 M. Tech / M.E. students.
"The book delivers comprehensive knowledge in the subject of finishing and polishing processes. It covers not only fundamental work principles but also the process specific applications for basic and advanced finishing and polishing processes. State-of-the-art hybrid nanofinishing processes are the highlights of the book. It is an excellent book for UG and PG students and a unique handbook for industrial professionals."
— Xichun Luo, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom