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Advanced Machining Processes Nontraditional and Hybrid Machining Processes By Hassan El-Hofy

Advanced Machining Processes Nontraditional and Hybrid Machining Processes By Hassan El-Hofy
Chapter 1. Material Removal Processes
Chapter 2. Mechanical Processes
Chapter 3. Chemical Processes
Chapter 4. Electrochemical Processes
Chapter 5. Thermal Processes
Chapter 6. Hybrid Electrochemical Processes
Chapter 7. Hybrid Thermal Processes
Chapter 8. Material Addition Processes
Machining processes produce finished products with a high degree of accuracy and surface quality. Conventional machining utilizes cutting tools that must be harder than the workpiece material. The use of difficult-to-cut materials encouraged efforts that led to the introduction of the nonconventional machining processes that are well-established in modern manufacturing industries.
Single-action nontraditional machining processes are classified on the basis of the machining action causing the material removal from the workpiece. For each process, the material removal mechanism, machining system components, process variables, technological characteristics, and industrial applications are presented. The need for higher machining productivity, product accuracy, and surface quality led to the combination of two or more machining actions to form a new hybrid machining process. Based on the major mechanism causing the material removal process, two categories of hybrid machining processes are introduced. Areview of the existing hybrid machining processes is given together with current trends and research directions. For each hybrid machining process the method of material removal, machining system, process variables, and applications are discussed. This book provides a comprehensive reference for nontraditional machining processes as well as for the new hybrid machining ones. It is intended to be used for degree and postgraduate courses in production, mechanical, manufacturing, and industrial engineering. It is also usefulto engineers working in the field of advanced machining technologies. In preparing the text, I paid adequate attention to presenting the subject in a simple and easy to understand way. Diagrams are simple and self-explanatory. I express my gratitude to all authors of various books, papers, Internet sites, and other literature which have been referred to in this book. I will be glad to receive comments andsuggestions for enhancing the value of this book in future editions.
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