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Handbook of Machining with Grinding Wheels

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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 modern grinding processes, the Handbook of Machining with Grinding Wheels presents a broad range of abrasive machining technologies with a focus on the fundamental concepts and practical applications.

Written by an international team of experts unrivalled in their experience and standing in the field, this comprehensive reference takes a unified approach to abrasive machining that emphasizes the underlying physical principles and how this knowledge can best be applied to solving new grinding problems. Coverage is split neatly into two main sections, with the first dedicated to basic concepts such as grinding parameters, removal mechanisms, abrasive characteristics, and economic efficiency. The remainder of the book addresses applications, including grinding of ductile and brittle materials, grinding machines, and surface, cylindrical, internal, centerless, and ultrasonic-assisted grinding.

Reflecting the diverse research and industrial experience of the authors, the Handbook of Machining with Grinding Wheels combines theoretical and practical information into an authoritative and convenient reference source. It will help deepen knowledge and sharpen problem-solving skills applied to practically any industrial grinding challenge.

Part I: The Basic Process of Grinding
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Grinding Parameters
Chapter 3: Material Removal Mechanisms
Chapter 4: Grinding Wheels
Chapter 5: The Nature of the Abrasive
Chapter 6: Specification of the Bond
Chapter 7: Dressing
Chapter 8: Grinding Dynamics
Chapter 9: Grinding Wheel Wear
Chapter 10: Coolants
Chapter 11: Monitoring of Grinding Processes
Chapter 12: Economics of Grinding
Part II: Application of Grinding Processes
Chapter 13: Grinding of Ductile Materials
Chapter 14: Grinding of Ceramics
Chapter 15: Grinding Machine Technology
Chapter 16: Surface Grinding
Chapter 17: External Cylindrical Grinding
Chapter 18: Internal Grinding
Chapter 19: Centerless Grinding
Chapter 20: Ultrasonic Assisted Grinding
Appendix 1: Glossary
Appendix 2: Notation and Use of SI Units

Author Details
"Ioan D. Marinescu" is a professor of mechanical, industrial, and manufacturing engineering at the
University of Toledo. He is also the director of the Precision Micro-Machining Center of the College
of Engineering of the same university.

"Mike Hitchiner" obtained his doctorate in 1982 at the University of Oxford for research in grinding and machining with cubic boron nitride (CBN) and diamonds. After a another 3 years of university research in diamonds and CBN, he joined Saint-Gobain Abrasives (SGA) and its affiliate companies in 1985. He worked initially on conventional abrasive grain manufacture and advanced ceramics before becoming R&D manager for vitrified CBN in Europe in 1987.

"Eckart Uhlmann" is the director of the Fraunhofer-Institute for Production Systems and Design
Technology IPK and professor of machine tools and manufacturing technology at the Institute for
Machine Tools and Factory Management of the Technical University in Berlin, Germany

"W. Brian Rowe" gained 6 years of experience with Austin Motor Company, Birmingham, England,
and another 6 years with Wickman Machine Tools, Coventry, England. He studied at the University
of Aston in Birmingham earning an honors degree in mechanical and production engineering in
1961. He earned a Ph.D. for research on the mechanics of centerless grinding at Manchester
University in 1964 and became a doctor of science in 1976 for his wider research on tribology

"Ichiro Inasaki" Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University, has been dedicated to research work in manufacturing engineering and machine tool technologies. He completed his doctorates at Keio University in 1969 and honorary Dr.-Ing. at Hanover University, Germany, in 1999. He serves as fellow of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Japan Society of Precision Engineering, and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and served as president for CIRP between 2004 and 2005.

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