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Effect Of Additives On Cutting Temperature Of Glass Fibers Reinforced Polymers
Composites are abrasive materials that generate heat during machining operations. This heat generates thermal damage locally and may severely alter the mechanical properties of the components if it exceeds the glass ...
Glass micro-cutting by Spark Assisted Chemical Engraving
Glass remains a difficult to machine material. Its brittleness, chemical resistance and relatively high thermal conductivity challenges available technologies. An interesting approach is to the use of hybrid technologies ...
Multi-Objective Optimization During Machining Ti-6Al-4V Using Nano-Fluids
Several properties make titanium and its alloy the primary candidate to attain weight and functional advantages because of its promising properties such as high strength to weight ratio, high corrosion resistivity, and ...