Thoroughly revised and updated in this second edition, Metal Cutting Principles identifies the major problem areas of metal cutting during the production of mechanical components. It presents the latest findings on the relationships between metal cutting and fundamental physics, chemistry, the behaviour of materials, and the engineering sciences of heat transfer, solid mechanics, and surface science (tribology). An analysis of the basic two-dimensional cutting process is followed by a consideration of three-dimensional examples, with special attention given to cutting temperatures, tool wear, tool life, and the integrity of the finished surface. Machining economics and process optimization are also discussed. In addition, the text includes a chapter on applications that take advantage of the unusual physical and chemical conditions that occur during cutting. Metal Cutting Principles, 2e, is ideal for graduate courses in metal cutting or as a professional reference.* Includes five new chapters: 20. Modeling of Chip Formation, 21. Wavy Chip Formation, 22. Saw-Tooth Chip Formation, 23. Precision Engineering, and 24.Unusual Applications of the Metal Cutting Process* Discusses mathematical modeling and provides simplified models that cover thermal, material, and surface considerations during various aspects of the cutting processContents:PrefaceSymbols1. Introduction2. Typical Cutting Operations3. Mechanics of Steady State4. Elastic Behavior5. Plastic Behavior6. Fracture7. Dynamometry8. Shear Strain in Cutting9. Shear Stress in Cutting10. Friction11. Wear and Tool Life12. Cutting Temperatures13. Cutting Fluids14. Tool Materials15. Work Material Considerations16. Complex Tools17. Surface Integrity18. Chip Control19. Optimization20. Modeling of Chip Formation21. Wavy Chip Formation22. Saw-Tooth Chip Formation23. Precision Engineering24. Unusual Applications of the Metal Cutting ProcessThoroughly revised and updated in this second edition, Metal Cutting Principles identifies the major problem areas of metal cutting during the production of mechanical components.
|Title||:||Metal Cutting Principles|
|Author||:||Milton Clayton Shaw|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press on Demand - 2005|