Advances in Abrasive Technology XIII
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Abrasive machining is one of the oldest technologies, and continues to have a far-reaching impact on a broad spectrum of industries. In particular, there is an ever-increasing demand by modern manufacturing for advanced abrasive techniques and other precision machining technologies. As well as abrasive-related technologies, electrical discharge machining (EDM), glass molding, machine tool systems, green manufacturing, laser-beam machining, tribology, advanced cutting methods, etc. are addressed here. The more than 167 presentations contributed by workers from all over the world will make this volume essential reading.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: The annual conferences allow academic researchers and industrial practitioners to trade insights and questions regarding abrasive machining and its applications. Nearly 200 selected and peer-reviewed papers from the latest sitting consider such areas as abrasive jet machining, advanced cutting technology, brittle material machining, chemical mechanical polishing and silicon wafer processing, coolants and cooling, ultrasonic machining and laser machining, eco-machining, glass molding, grinding wheel and abrasive grain technologies, high-speed and high-efficiency machining, in-process measurement and monitoring, metrology, machine tools and systems, tooling processing, micro-machining and nano-machining, surface integrity and materials characterization, tribology in manufacturing, and other topics. Most of the papers include high quality monochrome illustrations.