Advanced Analysis of Nontraditional Machining by C. T. Pan, H. Hocheng (auth.), Hong Hocheng, Hung-Yin Tsai

By C. T. Pan, H. Hocheng (auth.), Hong Hocheng, Hung-Yin Tsai (eds.)

Nontraditional machining makes use of thermal, chemical, electric, mechanical and optimum assets of power to bind, shape and minimize fabrics. Advanced research of Nontraditional Machining explains in-depth how each one of those complicated machining techniques paintings, their machining process elements, and strategy variables and commercial purposes, thereby delivering complex wisdom and medical perception. This ebook additionally records the most recent and regularly stated examine result of a number of key nonconventional machining methods for the main involved subject matters in business functions, reminiscent of laser machining, electric discharge machining, electropolishing of die and mildew, and wafer processing for built-in circuit manufacturing.

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89) where r1 =ry is defined as thermal anisotropic factor. 3 Cross-Derivative Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity When grooving along nonprincipal direction is conducted on an anisotropic composite material, the cross-derivative coefficients of thermal conductivity will be involved in the differential equation of heat conduction. This section presents the model to solve the cross-derivative terms of thermal conductivity. 92) [37]. 95) where l is the principal axis thermal conductivity. 95) is a cubic equation in l.

C) Experimental result of parallel grooving [54], reprinted with permission. 50). 55). T. Pan and H. 5 [0/90] Glass/PP [0/90] Aramid/PP 0 [0/90] Aramid/PP 0 50 150 100 PQ/V (J/mm) 200 250 Fig. 3 Temperature-Dependent Thermal Conductivity The value of carbon fiber conductivity at temperature exceeding 300 C (573 K) is drastically larger than that at room temperature because of crystallinity [52]. However, the effect of temperature-dependent thermal conductivity was not considered in preceding simulation.

1-89) 2 0 0 15 30 45 60 75 90 Orientation Relative to Fiber Axis (Degree) Fig. 24 Comparison between thermal conductivity models [41], reprinted with permission. (a) UDcarbon/epoxy, Vfiber ¼ 53 %, D ¼ 2 mm, P ¼ 100 W, t ¼ 8 s. (b) UDcarbon/epoxy, Vfiber ¼ 53 %, D ¼ 2 mm, P ¼ 200 W, t ¼ 8 s. (c) UDcarbon/epoxy, Vfiber ¼ 53 %, D ¼ 4 mm, P ¼ 100 W, t ¼ 8 s. (d) UDcarbon/epoxy, Vfiber ¼ 53 %, D ¼ 4 mm, P ¼ 200 W, t ¼ 8 s. (e) UDcarbon/epoxy, Vfiber ¼ 63 %, D ¼ 2 mm, P ¼ 100 W, t ¼ 8 s. (f) UDcarbon/epoxy, Vfiber ¼ 63 %, D ¼ 2 mm, P ¼ 200 W, t ¼ 8 s.

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