Special Issue "Advances in High-Performance Machining Operations"
A special issue of Journal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing (ISSN 2504-4494).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2024 | Viewed by 924
Interests: cutting; surface integrity aspects; modeling of manufacturing processes; material constitutive modeling; bearing roller lapping; ultrasonic-assisted machining
Interests: ultra-precision turning; surface roughness; surface topography; optical performance; precision milling; bearing roller lapping; diamond tool
High-performance machining operations comprise a variety of advanced manufacturing technologies which are proposed to machine components with high precision and machined surface integrity. High-performance machined parts can be found in products from the aerospace, automotive, and biomedical industries. In addition to cutting or thermal-mechanical processes to generate high surface integrity machined surfaces, numerical modeling approach is a fundamental and significant method to understand the micro-scale and instantaneous mechanism of material removal, surface or subsurface deformation, as well as process optimization.
In this Special Issue of JMMP, we are looking for recent findings which focus on advances in high-performance machining operations, including experimental studies and numerical modelings of cutting or thermal-mechanical deformation-induced machined surface integrity. Papers will be considered that show significant advancements in terms of the fundamental mechanisms of machining processes and necessary hybrid or novel machining processes which mainly aim to acquire high machined surface integrity. Numerical modelings of machining operations that are helpful for understanding the mechanism of microstructure evolution and micro-scale deformation behaviors with respect to machined surface integrity and process control will also be considered.
We are interested in contributions that focus on topics such as:
- Advanced machining processes using novel or hybrid thermal-mechanical processes to achieve high performance, including high precision and machined surface integrity;
- Theoretical and experimental studies of the mechanism of machined surface integrity achieved via advanced thermal-mechanical processes;
- Numerical modeling of machined surface integrity considering microstructure evolution and the effects of microstructure on mechanical behaviors;
- Studies focused on the combined effect of material, thermal-mechanical deformation processes and surface integrity using an advanced surface modification operation.
Dr. Guang Chen
Dr. Chunlei He
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- surface integrity
- numerical modeling
- microstructure evolution
- thermal-mechanical behaviors
- surface modification