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|| Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|| This volume is a collecting scientific results of several researchers in the fields of prediction and handling of interactions between structure and process. Research programs have the primary objective analysis of the interactions between processes and structures in modern production facilities. This book presents the results of several interdisciplinary projects, focusing on different manufacturing processes such as high speed machining or metals forming. It contains experimental studies and mathematical modeling of production processes and the interactions of the machine. New advanced experimental and innovative simulation approaches are also included. This special topic volume is Volume 698 of Advanced Materials Research. Fourteen papers shed light on the latest research in the production and handling of interactions between structure and process in modern production facilities. The book includes studies on manufacturing processes such as high speed machining and metals forming; experimental studies and mathematical modeling of production processes; and experimental simulation approaches. Some specific subjects treated include numerical modeling of the processes shaping composite cutting and high-speed cutting, the correlation between torsor measurements on the chip orientation, and chatter control in turning processes with a nonlinear energy sink. The book contains b & w images.
|Source of Description Note:
|| Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed October 31, 2013).