Remanufacturing and Advanced Machining Processes for New Materials and Components
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Remanufacturing and Advanced Machining Processes for Materials and Components presents current and emerging techniques for machining of new materials and restoration of components, as well as surface engineering methods aimed at prolonging the life of industrial systems. It examines contemporary machining processes for new materials, methods of protection and restoration of components, and smart machining processes.
• Details a variety of advanced machining processes, new materials joining techniques, and methods to increase machining accuracy
• Presents innovative methods for protection and restoration of components primarily from the perspective of remanufacturing and protective surface engineering
• Discusses smart machining processes, including computer-integrated manufacturing and rapid prototyping, and smart materials
• Provides a comprehensive summary of state-of-the-art in every section and a description of manufacturing methods
• Describes the applications in recovery and enhancing purposes and identifies contemporary trends in industrial practice, emphasizing resource savings and performance prolongation for components and engineering systems
The book is aimed at a range of readers, including graduate-level students, researchers, and engineers in mechanical, materials, and manufacturing engineering, especially those focused on resource savings, renovation, and failure prevention of components in engineering systems.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Contemporary machining processes for new materials
Chapter 2. Contemporary methods of protection and restoration of componentsChapter 3. Smart machining processes
E. S. Gevorkyan has a doctorate in technical sciences and is a professor in the Department of Quality, Standardization, Certification and Manufacturing Technology of Products at Ukrainian State University of Railway Transport in Kharkiv, Ukraine. From 1992 to 2003 he was a senior researcher and associate professor at the National Technical University “Kharkov Polytechnic Institute” in Ukraine. He was awarded the scientific degree in 2008 and was assigned an academic status in 2010. His research interests include the development of composite materials based on multifunctional purpose powders of refractory materials and metals and manufacturing methods based on sintering. After completing his graduate studies in mechanical engineering, M. Rucki received the Polish Government Scholarship for PhD Studies at the Poznan University of Technology (Poland), from 1994 to 1996. He obtained a PhD in metrology and measurement systems in 1997. He was an assistant professor at Poznan University of Technology, Institute of the Mechanical Engineering, Division of the Metrology and Measurement Systems, from 1997 to 2010. He is currently working as a professor at Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland. V.P. Nerubatskiy graduated from the Ukrainian State Academy of Railway Transport with degrees in Electric Transport and Quality and Standardization and Certification in 2009. In 2017 he obtained his PhD degree in Engineering Sciences and since 2018 has worked as an assistant professor for the Ukrainian State University of Railway Transport in Kharkiv, Ukraine. In 2019, he was awarded the academic title of Associate Professor for the Department of Electroenergy, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics. Areas of his research interests cover semiconductor power converters of electrical energy for electric transport and power supply systems, industrial composite materials from powders of refractory compounds and metals, and general powder metallurgy. W. Żurowski obtained his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1996 at Kielce University of Technology in Kielce, Poland, and habilitation in 2012 at Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom (UTH), Poland. Since 2012, he has worked as a professor for UTH Radom, and in 2013-2016 he was the director of Machine Building at the Institute of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, UTH Radom. He is currently a Vice Rector for Scientific Researches at UTH Radom. He is a member of the Polish Tribological Society, South African Institute of Tribology (RSA), Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (USA), and several other scientific societies in Poland. W. Żurowski is the author or co-author of 14 books and handbooks, more than 80 research articles, and 40 conference papers. Zbigniew Siemiątkowski received his PhD in mechanical engineering and technology in 2000. He immediately became an assistant professor at Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities (UTH) in Radom (Poland), Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. He was the vice dean of Mechanical Faculty from 2012 to 2019 and was awarded with several individual awards for organizational and scientific achievements. Since 2019, he has been the head of the Division of Mechanical Engineering, UTH, Radom. He was a coordinator of 9 research projects conducted in cooperation with industrial enterprises, and the leader of a research tasks in 3 further projects financed by the Polish governmental and ministerial institutions. D. Morozow received his PhD in mechanical engineering and technology in 2000. He immediately became an assistant professor at Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities (UTH) in Radom (Poland), Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. He participated in the organization of the scientific and didactic CNC laboratory at UTH. As a researcher, he took part in several research and technology projects with industrial enterprises, such as Pratt and Whitney, Celsa Huta Ostrowiec, and others. Since 2016 he has been a leader of the project “Modification of Ceramic Tool Materials with Ion Implantation” conducted at UTH Radom, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. A. Kharatyan graduated in 1980 with a diploma of excellence from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering of Yerevan Polytechnic Institute in Armenia. In 1986 he was appointed an associate professor in the chair of mechanics. Since 2009 he has been the Director of SEUA (NPUA) at the Vanadzor branch in Armenia. During the period from 1996 to 2015 worked with multiple universities in Europe, including but not limited to the Brunel University London and Queen's University Belfast, UK, the Technical University of Athens and Higher School of Engineering in Marseilles, France, and Lund University and Royal University of Stockholm, Sweden. He is an author of more than 50 scientific-methodological works and manuals, including 9 inventions, and more than 15 articles published abroad.