Handbook of Advanced Ceramics Machining

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Overview

Ceramics, with their unique properties and diverse applications, hold the potential to revolutionize many industries, including automotive and semiconductors. For many applications, ceramics could replace metals and other materials that are more easily and inexpensively machined. However, current ceramic machining methods remain cost-prohibitive. Fortunately, the current flurry of research will soon yield new and better methods for machining advanced ceramic materials.

Reflecting the life-long dedication of an unsurpassed team of experts from industry and academia, the Handbook of Advanced Ceramics Machining explores the latest developments in our understanding of the mechanisms involved in ceramics machining as well as state-of-the-art technologies. Multiple chapters are devoted to various types and aspects of the lapping and grinding processes, such as mechanisms, monitoring techniques, mono- versus polycrystalline abrasives, and tribological properties. Covering methods that offer high-rate material removal and others that provide extremely high-quality surface finish, this book examines conventional, new, and lesser-known methods including ductile grinding, belt centerless grinding, lapping, polishing, double-side grinding, laser-assisted grinding, ultrasonic machining, and the new electrolytic in-process dressing (ELID) grinding method.

An indispensable toolkit for opening new avenues of possibility for ceramics applications, the Handbook of Advanced Ceramics Machining helps bring cost-effective, high-performance, and high-precision methods into standard practice.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849338373
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 11/15/2006
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

DUCTILE GRINDING OF CERAMICS: MACHINE TOOL AND PROCESS; H. Eda
Ceramics and Metals
Brittle Materials and Grinding
In-Site Observation of Ductile Behavior in Ceramics
Ductile-Mode Grinding of Ceramics
Machine Tools for Ductile Grinding of Ceramics
References
DUCTILE-MODE ULTRA-SMOOTHNESS GRINDING OF FINE CERAMICS WITH COARSE-GRAIN-SIZE DIAMOND WHEELS; H. Yasui
Introduction
Ductile-Mode Grinding with #140 Mesh Wheel
Ultrasmoothness Grinding
Conclusion
References
MECHANISMS FOR GRINDING OF CERAMICS; S. Malkin and T.W. Hwang
Introduction
Indentation Fracture Mechanics Approach
Machining Approach
Concluding Remarks
References
GRINDING OF CERAMICS WITH ATTENTION TO STRENGTH AND DEPTH OF GRINDING DAMAGE; J.E. Mayer Jr.
Introduction
Ceramic Materials
Experimental Procedure
Results and Discussion
Conclusions
References
HIGHLY EFFICIENT AND ULTRAPRECISION FABRICATION OF STRUCTURAL CERAMIC PARTS WITH THE APPLICATION OF ELECTROLYTIC IN-PROCESS DRESSING GRINDING; B.P. Bandyopadhyay, H. Ohmori, and A. Makinouchi
Introduction
ELID Grinding Principle
Experimental Setup
Results and Discussions
Conclusions
Acknowledgements
References
ELECTROLYTIC IN-PROCESS DRESSING GRINDING OF CERAMIC MATERIALS; H. Ohmori and K. Katahira
Introduction
ELID Grinding Technique
Efficient and Precision ELID Centerless Grinding of Zirconia Ceramics
ELID Grinding Characteristics for the Machining of Optical Surface Quality for Ceramic Spherical Lens Molds
ELID Grinding Characteristics and Surface Modifying Effects of Aluminum Nitride Ceramics
Acknowledgements
References
HIGH-EFFICIENCY BELT CENTERLESS GRINDING OF CERAMIC MATERIALS AND HARDENED TOOL STEEL; G. Dontu, D. Wu, and I.D. Marinescu
Introduction
Definition of the Problem
Objectives
Experiments for Ceramic Materials
Results
Preliminary Conclusions
Experimental Plan for M7 Hardened Tool Steel Drill Bar
The Problem Encountered and Possible Reasons
Remaining Work
Benefits to Companies
Related Work Outside AMMC
Related Work Inside AMMC
AE MONITORING OF THE LAPPING PROCESS; M. Pruteanu, R. Coman, and I.D. Marinescu
Introduction
Related Work
Methodology
Experimental Results
Conclusions
Remaining Work
EFFECTIVENESS OF ELID GRINDING AND POLISHING; C.E. Spanu and I.D. Marinescu
Introduction
Material Removal Mechanisms in Grinding of Ceramics and Glasses
ELID Technique as Compared to Other Grinding Techniques
Applications of ELID Technique
Summary and Conclusions
References
MONO VERSUS POLYCRYSTALLINE DIAMOND LAPPING OF CERAMICS; M. Pruteanu, I. Benea, and I.D. Marinescu
Introduction
Experimental Methodology
Experimental Results
Remaining Work
References
DOUBLE FRACTURE MODEL IN LAPPING OF CERAMICS; I.D. Marinescu
Introduction
Double Fracture Model
Experimental Procedures
Conclusions
DOUBLE SIDE GRINDING OF ADVANCED CERAMICS WITH DIAMOND WHEELS; C.E. Spanu, I.D. Marinescu, and Mike Hitchiner
Introduction
Kinematical Model for the Double Side Grinding Operation
Trajectory Simulation
Experimental Validation
Discussion of Results
Conclusions
References
SUPER POLISHING OF MAGNETIC HEADS; J. Ramírez-Salas and I.D. Marinescu
Introduction
Related Work
Methodology
Experimental Results
Remaining Work
LASER-ASSISTED GRINDING OF CERAMICS; I.D. Marinescu and T.D. Howes
Objectives
Problem Statement
Stock Removal Mechanism
Conclusions
Future Directions
Bibliography
TRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF ELID-GRINDING WHEEL BASED ON IN-PROCESS OBSERVATION USING A CCD MICROSCOPE TRIBOSYSTEM; T. Kato, H. Ohmori, and I.D. Marinescu
Introduction
Experimental Method
Experimental Result and Discussion
Consideration for ELID-Grinding from the Viewpoint of Tribology
Conclusions
References
DEVELOPMENTS IN MACHINING OF CERAMIC MATERIALS; E. Uhlmann, S.-E. Holl, Th. Ardelt, and J. Laufer
Introduction
Honing
Grinding with Lapping Kinematics
Cooling Lubrication in Grinding of Ceramic Materials
References
ULTRASONIC MACHINING OF CERAMICS; G. Spur, E. Uhlmann, E.-E. Holl, and N.-A. Daus
Introduction
Ultrasonic Technology
Technology of Ultrasonic Lapping
Ultrasonic-Assisted Grinding
Process Comparison
References
INDEX

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