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Methods of unconventional machining

Bentham Science Publishers

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In the modern era of manufacturing, unconventional machining methods are quite popular due to various advantages such as high accuracy, excellent surface finish, less tool wear, much quieter operations, among others. Moreover, new age and novel materials are sometimes hard to machine with traditional machining processes due to their high strength and brittleness.

Advances in Nonconventional Machining Processes covers recent development in such methods. Chapters have been contributed by many authors and provide detailed information about machining processes (ultrasonic machining, thermally enhanced machining and electronic discharge machining, to name a few). Additional chapters that provide information about novel materials and their fabrication as well as innovations in machining methods (including the use of machine learning techniques) which have long been established on an industrial scale are also included in the book.

Advances in Nonconventional Machining Processes is a reference work suitable for apprentices and academic scholars studying manufacturing. Industry professionals who wish to know about cutting-edge developments in machining techniques will also find this a useful handbook for their library.

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About the Editor:

Dr. Suneev Anil Bansal received his Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering, specialising in nano/micro manufacturing & materials from Punjab University, Chandigarh. Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor at Maharaja Agrasen University, HP, India. Dr. Bansal has more than 15 years of experience in industry, research and academia in the field of manufacturing, materials development facility planning and product development. His research interest focuses in the field of 2D materials, graphene, polymer/ metal composite materials, sensing, nanomaterials, etc. Dr. Bansal served as an expert for a number of top journals in the field of material science, nanomaterials, manufacturing, etc. He received various awards from industry, academia and research institutes during his career.

Keywords:

ultrasonic machining, thermally enhanced machining, electronic discharge machining, Industry professionals, machining methods, manufacturing

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