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Once logged in, you can add the eBook s you want to your shopping cart and place your order. Once your purchase is completed, the eBook s will be added to your bookshelf, and you can start reading the eBooks in your account. Product Summary Overview Presenting a comprehensive and consistent treatment of grinding theory and its practical utilization, this new edition focuses on grinding as a machining process using bonded abrasive grinding wheels as the cutting medium.

Logically organized, this self-contained resource starts with a description of abrasives and bonded abrasive cutting tools; then moves on to thermal analyses of the grinding process for conventional, creep feed, and superabrasive grinding; and ends with methods for enhancing and optimizing of grinding operations, simulation of grinding processes, and computer control of grinding machines.

The perfect reference for practicing engineers involved in the grinding process, it will also be useful to researchers working in the field. Features Features a unified and self-contained presentation about what is known about grinding processes and how this information can be practically applied. Presents more detail on new grain materials, creep feed conventional abrasive wheels, superabrasive diamond and CBN materials and wheels, and metal bonded superabrasive electroplated wheels.

Includes a more comprehensive treatment of thermal aspects of grinding; as well as a new chapter on dealing with fluid flow in grinding—including flow through the grinding zone, fluid burnout, and cooling effects. Contains an updated chapter relating to grinding machine control and optimization with a new example of model-based grinding optimization, and future prospects for integrating simulation into open architecture machine tools for optimal control.

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Click here Authors Table of Contents Preface Download Brochure A significant update to the most authorative source available anywhere on applications for grinding wheels. A blend of theorgy and application expertise useful for education, troubleshooting, design or improvement of grinding practices. Written explicitly for researcher or engineers associated with grinding and abrasive processes. The Second Edition includes: New abrasives grains Greatly expanded sections on superabrasives, particularly CBN Expanded section on thermal aspects with separate chapters for convention, creep grinding, high efficiency deep grinding HEDG New chapter of fluid flow in grinding New chapter on computer simulation Integration of simulation with machine tool controls FROM THE PREFACE The first edition of this book was intended to provide an integrated scientific foundation for understanding of the grinding process, which can be practically utilized for enhancing and optimizing grinding operations. After 18 years in print, the first edition is still selling and is widely referenced, but many of the newer developments in grinding led us to think that the time had come for a new edition. This second edition builds upon the first edition with greatly expanded coverage of the thermal aspects of grinding, creep feed grinding, grinding with superabrasives, fluid flow, process simulation, optimization, and intelligent control of grinding machines. This book is written both for the researcher and the practicing engineer.

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GRINDING TECHNOLOGY STEPHEN MALKIN PDF

Logically organized, this self-contained resource starts with a description of abrasives and bonded abrasive cutting tools; then moves on to thermal analyses of the grinding process for conventional, creep feed, and superabrasive grinding; and ends with methods for enhancing and optimizing of grinding operations, simulation of grinding processes, and computer control of grinding machines. The perfect reference for practicing engineers involved in the grinding process, it will also be useful for researchers working in the field. Features a unified and self-contained presentation about what is known about grinding processes and how this information can be practically applied. Presents more detail on new grain materials, creep feed conventional abrasive wheels, superabrasive diamond and CBN materials and wheels, and metal bonded superabrasive electroplated wheels. Includes a more comprehensive treatment of thermal aspects of grinding; as well as a new chapter on dealing with fluid flow in grinding--including flow through the grinding zone, fluid burnout, and cooling effects.

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Grinding Technology, Second Edition

Click here. Overview Grinding Technology, Second Edition pesents a comprehensive and consistent treatment of grinding theory and its practical utilization. This new edition focuses on grinding as a machining process using bonded abrasive grinding wheels as the cutting medium. Logically organized, this self-contained resource starts with a description of abrasives and bonded abrasive cutting tools; then moves on to thermal analyses of the grinding process for conventional, creep feed, and superabrasive grinding; and ends with methods for enhancing and optimizing of grinding operations, simulation of grinding processes, and computer control of grinding machines.

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