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Nanofinishing Science and Technology: Basic and Advanced Finishing and Polishing Processes
 
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Vijay Kumar Jain, Indian Institute of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engr.

Finishing is the final operation after a part is sized and shaped. Currently in high tech industries, there is a demand for nano level surface finishing of components. This process is done to improve the surface finish, to remove the recast layer, or to remove surface and sub-surface defects. The result is low friction, longer product life, and low power requirements. Equally important is the aesthetic aspect of the product. This topic is growing very fast due to technology as well as from a science point of view. Books on this subject are very limited, particularly ones that deal with both the science as well as the technology aspects.



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Handbook of Machining with Grinding Wheels, Second Edition
 
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Ioan D. Marinescu, University of Toledo, Ohio, USA
Mike P. Hitchiner, Saint-Gobain Abrasives, Romulus, Michigan, USA
Eckart Uhlmann, University of Berlin, Germany
W. Brian Rowe, LJMU, Liverpool, UK
Ichiro Inasaki, Keio University, Japan

Grinding offers capabilities that range from high-rate material removal to high-precision superfinishing and has become one of the most widely used industrial machining and surface finishing operations. Reflecting modern developments in the science and practice of grinding, this handbook presents a broad range of abrasive machining technologies with a focus on the fundamental concepts and practical applications. This edition includes new materials, new types of abrasives, new machine-tools, new software, and new and basic research carried out by the authors.



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Fundamentals of Machining Processes: Conventional and Nonconventional Processes, Second Edition
 
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Hassan Abdel-Gawad El-Hofy

This textbook provides fundamental theoretical analysis of machining by cutting, abrasion, erosion, and combined processes. The author presents the principles and theories of material removal and applications for conventional and nonconventional machining processes, discusses the role of machining variables in the technological characteristics of each process, and provides treatment of current technologies in high speed machining and micromachining. The book includes machining data, solved examples, and review questions. Completely revised, it includes new figures and problems along with two new chapters: Machinability of Engineering Materials and Selection of a Machining Process.



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Metal Cutting Theory and Practice, Third Edition
 
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David A. Stephenson, Ford Motor Company, Michigan, USA
John S. Agapiou, General Motors, Pontiac, Michigan, USA

With many of its chapters revised, this edition continues to provide a complete reference covering the latest technology in metal cutting tools, processes, and equipment. Major updates cover FEA methods, 5-axis machining, titanium and nickel machining, and minimum quantity lubrication machining. The MWL section is now expanded into a complete chapter. New chapters cover accuracy and error compensation as well as gear machining.



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