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1.1Machine tool technology
Machine tool technology3
1.2Manufacturing systems
Manufacturing systems15
1.3Materials technology
Materials technology19
1.4Economic optimization of machining
1.5A forward look
Chip formation fundamentals
2.1Historical introduction
2.2Chip formation mechanics
Chip formation mechanics37
2.3Thermal modelling
Thermal modelling57
2.4Friction, lubrication and wear
Work and tool materials
3.1Work material characteristics in machining
3.2Tool materials
Tool materials97
Tool damage
4.1Tool damage and its classification
4.2Tool life
Experimental methods
5.1Microscopic examination methods
5.2Forces in machining
Forces in machining139
5.3Temperatures in machining
Temperatures in machining147
5.4Acoustic emission
Acoustic emission155
Advances in mechanics
6.2Slip-line field modelling
6.4Non-orthogonal (three-dimensional) machining
Non-orthogonal (three-dimensional) machining177
Finite element methods
7.1Finite element background
7.2Historical developments
7.3The Iterative Convergence Method (ICM)
7.4Material flow stress modelling for finite element analyses
Applications of finite element analysis
8.1Simulation of BUE formation
8.2Simulation of unsteady chip formation
8.3Machinability analysis of free cutting steels
8.4Cutting edge design
Cutting edge design251
Process selection, improvement and control
9.2Process models
Process models267
9.3Optimization of machining conditions and expert system applications
9.4Monitoring and improvement of cutting states
Monitoring and improvement of cutting states305
Metals’ plasticity, and its finite element formulation
A1.1Yielding and flow under triaxial stresses: initial concepts
A1.2The special case of perfectly plastic material in plane strain
A1.3Yielding and flow in a triaxial stress state: advanced analysis
A1.4Constitutive equations for numerical modelling
Constitutive equations for numerical modelling343
A1.5 Finite element formulations
Conduction and convection of heat in solids
A2.1The differential equation for heat flow in a solid
A2.2Selected problems, with no convection
A2.3Selected problems, with convection
Selected problems, with convection355
A2.4Numerical (finite element) methods
Numerical (finite element) methods357
Contact mechanics and friction
A3.2The normal contact of a single asperity on an elastic foundation
A3.3The normal contact of arrays of asperities on an elastic foundation
A3.4Asperities with traction, on an elastic foundation
Asperities with traction, on an elastic foundation369
A3.5Bulk yielding
A3.6Friction coefficients greater than unity
Friction coefficients greater than unity373
Work material: typical mechanical and thermal behaviours
A4.2Work material: thermal properties
Approximate tool yield and fracture analyses
A5.1Tool yielding
A6.1High speed steels
A6.2Cemented carbides and cermets
A6.3Ceramics and superhard materials
Ceramics and superhard materials393
Fuzzy logic
A7.1Fuzzy sets
A7.2Fuzzy operations
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