Unconventional Machining Processes

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Publisher IK International
ISBN 9789385909115
Author: Jagadeesha T
Number of Pages 548
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Unconventional Machining Processes by Jagadeesha T
Book Summary:

It is now well established that unconventional machining processes are able to meet the challenges posed by the demand for economic machining of ultra-hard and high strength materials to close tolerances. Over the last decade, most of unconventional processes emerged swiftly from the laboratory research to production lines across the country due to demand from diversified industries such as automotive, aircraft, biotechnology, chemical and nuclear industries. In this sense, they are no more unconventional or non-traditional; rather advanced machining processes.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for engineering students.
Table of Contents:

1. Introduction to modern machining processes

2. Abrasive jet machining

3. Water jet machining

4. Abrasive water jet machining

5. Abrasive flow machining

6. Magnetic abrasive flow machining

7. Ultrasonic machining

8. Ultrasonic welding

9. Chemical machining

10. Electro chemical machining

11. Electro chemical grinding

12. Electro chemical deburring

13. Electro chemical honing

14. Electro polishing

15. Electro discharge machining

16. Wire Electro discharge machining

17. Electro discharge grinding

18. Electro discharge sawing

19. Electro stream drilling

20. Shaped Tube Electrolytic Machining (STEM)

21. Plasma arc machining

22. Plasma arc welding

23. Electron beam machining

24. Electron beam welding

25. Ion beam machining

26. laser beam machining

27. Thermal deburring

28. High energy rate forming

29. Selection of processes

30. Short questions and answers and multiple objective questions

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