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Tribology of metal cutting

Viktor P. Astakhov

Tribology of metal cutting

by Viktor P. Astakhov

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, San Diego, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metal-cutting,
  • Metals -- Machinability,
  • Tribology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementViktor P. Astakhov.
    SeriesTribology and interface engineering series -- 52.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 425 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages425
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18285753M
    ISBN 100444528814
    ISBN 109780444528810

    Book Description. Studying the morphology, defects, and wear behavior of a variety of material surfaces, Mechanical Tribology examines popular and emerging surface characterization techniques for assessment of the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of various modified surfaces, thin . Book Description. When it was first published some two decades ago, the original Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology stood on technology's cutting-edge as the first comprehensive reference to assist the emerging science of tribology , followed by Volume II, Theory and Design and Volume III, Monitoring, Materials, Synthetic Lubricants, and Applications, it has continued to.

    The book includes extensive coverage of critical technologies that are usually absent in other references on the subject, delving into procedures affecting metal cutting and forming, physicochemical issues involved in the design of fiber finishes, and recent progress in biotribological research. Friction and wear of metal-cutting and metal forming tools. Chapter Flexible drive elements. Chapter Friction and wear of electric contacts. Appendices and Tables. Index. Tell the Publisher! I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle Format: Hardcover.

    This paper reviews the key developments in the area of metal cutting machine tool design over the last three decades, from a very practical perspective. While defining the drivers of machine tool design as higher productivity and higher accuracy, this paper examines the advances in design from the needs of these two by:   DOI link for Mechanical Tribology. Mechanical Tribology book. Materials, Characterization, and Applications. Edited By George E. Totten, Hong Liang. Edition 1st Edition. Tribology of Metal Cutting. By Viktor P. Astakhov. View abstract. chapter 10 | 28 pages Tribology in Metal Cited by:


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Tribology of metal cutting by Viktor P. Astakhov Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tribology is defined as the science and technology of interactive surfaces moving relative each other. It concentrates on contact physics and mechanics of moving interfaces that generally involve energy dissipation.

This book summarizes the available information on metal cutting tribology with a critical review of work done in the cturer: Elsevier Science. Tribology of Metal Cutting is intended to be for a broad range of readers from students, practicing engineers to experienced researchers.

In this book, specialists in the field of metal cutting will find information on how to apply the major principles of metal cutting tribology, or, in other words, how to make the metal cutting tribology to be useful at various levels of : Paperback. The book discusses other novel concepts and principles in the tribology of metal cutting such as the energy partition in the cutting system; versatile metrics of cutting tool wear; optimal cutting temperature and its use in the optimization of the cutting process; the physical concept of cutting tool resource; and embrittlement action.

Tribology plays a pivotal role in materials processing, particularly in metal cutting operations. The tribological conditions in these operations-real area of contact, stress distribution along contact areas, interfacial temperature fields, and highly active and freshly generated (nascent) surfaces-are more severe than in other by:   The book discusses other novel concepts and principles in the tribology of metal cutting such as the energy partition in Tribology of metal cutting book cutting system; versatile metrics of cutting tool wear; optimal cutting temperature and its use in the optimization of the cutting process; the physical concept of cutting tool resource; and embrittlement action.

Tribology is defined as the science and technology of interactive surfaces moving relative each other.

It concentrates on contact physics and mechanics of moving interfaces that generally involve energy dissipation. This book summarizes the available information on metal cutting tribology with a critical review of work done in the past.

Description Tribology of Metal Cutting deals with the emerging field of studies known as Metal Cutting Tribology. Tribology is defined as the science and technology of interactive surfaces moving relative each other.

It concentrates on contact physics and mechanics of moving interfaces that generally involve energy dissipation. The book is based on the author's wide experience in research, practical application and teaching in the area of metal cutting tribology, applied physics, mathematics and mechanics, materials science and.

select article Chapter 3 Tribology of the tool-chip and tool-workpiece interfaces. This chapter revisits tribology tests in metal cutting in order to obtain new fundamental knowledge on friction and to understand which technical modi-fications and operating parameters need to be.

of this book, ‘metal cutting tribology is a branch of applied tribology dealing with the whole collection of processes (mechanical, thermal chemical, etc.) at the tool-chip, too-workpiece and chip-workpiece interfaces from a unified viewpoint of energy transformations’.

Tribology of Metal Cutting deals with the emerging field of studies known as Metal Cutting Tribology. Tribology is defined as the science and technology of interactive surfaces moving relative each other.

It concentrates on contact physics and mechanics of moving interfaces that generally involve energy dissipation. This book summarizes the available information on metal cutting tribology with.

Rather, the collection of non-correlated facts on tool materials, cutting regimes, tool life and its assessment, cutting fluids, tool coatings, etc., is considered as the tribology of metal cutting. Having read the known works and related materials, one does not feel thoroughly equipped to analyze and improve the tribological conditions in various metal cutting processes.

Abstract. This chapter revisits tribology tests in metal cutting in order to obtain new fundamental knowledge on friction and to understand which technical modifications and operating parameters need to be developed and implemented in order to Cited by: 4.

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Summary: Tribology is defined as 'the science and technology of interactive surfaces moving relative each other'. The science of tribology concentrates on contact physics and mechanics of moving interfaces that generally involve energy dissipation. This book deals with the field metal cutting tribology.

The book clarifies that the ultimate objective of the metal cutting tribology is the reduction of the energy spent in metal cutting. Increased tool life, improved integrity of the machined surface, higher process efficiency and stability are the results of the achieving this goal.

The book also presents, explains and exemplifies a number of novel concepts and principles in the tribology of metal cutting such as the energy partition in the cutting system, cutting system physical efficiency and its practical assessment, versatile metrics of cutting tool wear, optimal cutting temperature and its use in the optimization of.

The Tribology Book Series, under the Editorship of Professor Duncan Dowson, CBE, FRS, FREng grew into a major and seminal archival source for definitive books on the subject of Classical Tribology, as well as providing a publication base for the "flagship" Tribology Symposium organised jointly between the Universities of Leeds and Lyon.

Advanced Machining Processes of Metallic Materials updates our knowledge on the metal cutting processes in relation to theory and industrial practice. In particular, many topics reflect recent developments, e.g. modern tool materials, computational machining, computer simulation of various process phenomena, chip control, monitoring of the cutting state, progressive and hybrid machining.

Abstract This chapter introduces the concept of the cutting tool tribology of a part of the metal cutting tribology. It argues that the importance of the subject became actual only recently because the modern level of the components of the machining system can fully support improvements in the cutting tool by: 6.The most common cutting operations are turning, milling, and drilling followed by special operations such as boring, broaching, hobing, shaping, and form cutting.

However, all metal cutting operations share the same principles of mechanics, but their geometry and kinematics may differ from each by: 8.In addition, heat transfer, tribology, and solid mechanics are covered Thoroughly updated with new questions and exercises at the end of each chapter, the book relates observed performance in metal cutting to fundamental physics, materials behavior, and chemistry/5.