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ASM Handbook Volume 16 : Machining

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Title: ASM Handbook Volume 16 : Machining
Author: ASM
ISBN: 0871700220 / 9780871700223
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 944
Publisher: ASM International
Year: 1989
Availability: In Stock
  • Description
  • Contents

You get detailed descriptions of specific machining and grinding processes, guidelines for proper selection of cutting tool materials and cutting fluids, and recommendations for improved productivity and efficiency during the machining of various materials. Twenty-one articles summarize the process capabilities, machines, cutting parameters plus variables, and applications of traditional machining processes such as turning, drilling, milling and the like. In the non-traditional category, you'll find 18 articles on mechanical, electrical, thermal, and chemical material removal procedures that have been developed. They yield improved workpiece quality and high production efficiency in the machining of hard, tough materials with unusual finishing requirements, as well as complex-shaped parts that require processing well beyond conventional methods.

Complete with 1,300 illustrations and 620 tables.

Sections include: Fundamentals of Machining Process, Cutting Tool Materials, Cutting Fluids, Traditional Machining Processes, Grinding/Honing/Lapping, Non-Traditional Machining Processes, High Productivity Machining, Machine Controls and Computer Applications in Machining, Machining of Specific Metals and Alloys.

Policy on Units of Measure
Authors and Reviewers

Section 1 : Introduction to Machining Processes

Section 2 : Fundamentals of The Machining Process
Mechanics of Chip Formation
Forces, Power, and Stresses in Machining
Surface Finish and Surface Integrity
Tool Wear and Tool Life

Section 3 : Cutting Tool Materials
High-Speed Tool Steels
P/M High-Speed Tool Steels
Cast Cobalt Alloys
Cemented Carbides
Ultrahard Tool Materials

Section 4 : Cutting Fluids
Metal Cutting and Grinding Fluids

Section 5 : Traditional Machining Processes
Shaping and Slotting
Countersinking, Counterboring, and Spotfacing
Roller Burnishing
Appendix : Cold Form Tapping
Thread Milling
Thread Grinding
Thread Rolling
Die Threading
Gear Manufacture
Multiple-Operation Machining
Automatic Lathes
Machining Centers
Transfer Machines
Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Proper Fixturing
Tool Condition Monitoring Systems

Section 6 : Grinding, Honing, and Lapping
Principles of Grinding
Appendix: Comparison of Cutting and Grinding
Grinding Equipment and Processes

Section 7 : Nontraditional Machining Processes
Abrasive Jet Machining
Abrasive Flow Machining
Waterjet/Abrasive Waterjet Machining
Ultrasonic Machining
Electrochemical Machining
Electrochemical Grinding
Electrochemical Discharge Grinding
Electrostream and Capillary Drilling
Shaped Tube Electrolytic Machining
Electrical Discharge Machining
Electrical Discharge Grinding
Electron Beam Machining
Laser Beam Machining
Appendix: Laser-Enhanced Etching
Thermal Energy Method
Chemical Milling
Photochemical Machining

Section 8 : High-Productivity Machining
High-Speed Machining
High Removal Rate Machining

Section 9 : Machine Controls and Computer Applications in Machining
Numerical Control
Adaptive Control
CAD/CAM Applications in Machining

Section 10 : Machining of Specific Metals and Alloys
Machinability Test Methods
Machining of Cast Irons
Machining of Carbon and Alloy Steels
Appendix: Machinability Testing of Carbon and Alloy Steels
Machining of Stainless Steels
Machining of Tool Steels
Machining of P/M Tool Steels
Machining of Heat-Resistant Alloys
Machining of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
Machining of Copper and Copper Alloys
Machining of Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys
Machining of Zinc Alloy Die Castings
Machining of Nickel and Nickel Alloys
Machining of Reactive Metals
Machining of Refractory Metals
Machining of Beryllium
Machining of Uranium and Uranium Alloys
Machining of Power Metallurgy Materials
Machining of Metal-Matrix Composites and Honeycomb Structures

Metric Conversion Guide
Abbreviations and Symbols

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