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Sunday, December 30, 2018

Fundamentals of Machining and Machine Tools (Second Edition)


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Description
This book is intended primarily for those studying and teaching the principles of machine tools and metal machining in universities and colleges. It should also prove useful to those concerned with manufacturing in industry.
The mathematical content of the book is deliberately limited. Those who have taken basic courses in statics and dynamics and who have had an introduction to calculus should have no difficulty in comprehending the material. 
Many of the present texts dealing with the same material are purely descriptive. In this book, the approach is to illustrate, through fundamentals and analysis, the causes of various phenomena and their effects in practice. Emphasis is given to the economics of machining operations and the design of components for economic machining.
A significant portion of the book is based on a previous text written by one of the authors (Geoffrey Boothroyd) and published by McGraw-Hill. While much of this material has been retained, recent developments have been included where appropriate. Several new chapters have been introduced and others largely rewritten. The section on tool materials has been expanded to include the modern materials that are contributing significantly to increases in productivity in industry. A new chapter on machine tool vibrations has been included, which covers the fundamental aspects of machine tool chatter, the dynamic testing of machine tools, and the practical means of improving machine tool stability. The chapter on grinding has been expanded to include thermal aspects of the process and a description of new grinding processes, including creep feed grinding.

Content:-
Conventions Used in This Book
Standardization
Introduction to the International (SI) System of Units
1. Machine Tools and Machining Operations
2. Mechanics of Metal Cutting
3. Temperatures in Metal Cutting
4. Tool Life and Tool Wear
5. Cutting Fluids and Surface Roughness
6. Economics of Metal-Cutting Operations
7. Nomenclature of Cutting Tools
8. Chip Control
9. Machine Tool Vibrations
10. Grinding
11. Manufacturing Systems and Automation
12. Computer-Aided Manufacturing
Index

Author Details
"Geoffrey Boothroyd"

"Winston A. Knight"




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