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Manufacturing surface technology [electronic resource] : surface integrity & functional performance /
Brian Griffiths.
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New York, NY : Taylor & Francis, 2001.
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xiii, 237 p. : ill.
ISBN
9781857180299
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Book
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New York, NY : Taylor & Francis, 2001.
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9781857180299
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
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9547317
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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About the Author
Author Affiliation
Dr Brian Griffiths is Reader in the Department of Systems Engineering at Brunel University
Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
This text marks the recognition of the effect of surface finish obtained in manufacture (surface integrity) on the functional performance of product, in terms of factors such as fatigue, corrosion and strength.
Main Description
The first title in the "Manufacturing Engineering Modular" series, the publication of this book marks recognition of the effect of surface finish obtained in manufacture ("surface integrity") on the functional performance of product, in terms of such factors as fatigue, corrosion and strength. It is a concise work, intended chiefly for undergraduate and postgraduate students, which should also provide useful material for the professional manufacturing engineer.
Main Description
The publication of this book marks recognition of the effect of the surface produced in manufacture ('surface integrity') on the functional performance of product, in terms of such factors as fatigue, corrosion and strength. This concise work, intended chiefly for senior undergraduate and postgraduate students, will provide a complete text for a single teaching module. A special feature is the set of typical examination questions, which are referenced to the relevant text, thus enabling the reader to research their own answers. However, this publication, written by a leading practitioner and academic in the field, will also provide useful material for the professional manufacturing engineer, with its up-to-date, fully referenced explanations of both theory and practice. Book jacket.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Surface Integrityp. ix
List of Symbolsp. xi
Setting the Scenep. 1
The surface as a systemp. 1
Motivating forcesp. 1
The manufactured surfacep. 7
Surface aspects in contextp. 12
Problems of scalep. 18
Surface integrityp. 21
Machining conditionsp. 22
Further informationp. 26
Details of further publicationsp. 27
The Manufacturing Process Unit Eventp. 30
Introductionp. 30
The unit event and typical manufacturing processesp. 31
The 'chemical' unit event of the electro-chemical machining (ECM) processp. 34
The 'mechanical' unit event of the abrasive jet machining (AJM) processp. 37
The 'mechano-thermal' unit event of the turning processp. 41
The 'thermo-mechanical' unit event of the grinding processp. 45
The 'thermal' unit event of the electrodischarge machining (EDM) processp. 49
Unit events and surface topographyp. 54
Roughness, waviness and formp. 57
Lay, texture and directionalityp. 59
Unit events and the sub-surfacep. 63
The unit event classification of manufacturing processesp. 67
Surface Finish Measuring Methodsp. 70
Introductionp. 70
Typical profilometer instrumentsp. 71
The skidp. 73
The stylusp. 74
The 'contact' mechanical stylusp. 74
The 'non-contact' light stylusp. 82
A comparison of light and mechanical stylip. 87
The traverse unitp. 91
Filtersp. 92
3D profilometryp. 96
Microscopy techniquesp. 98
A comparison of the techniquesp. 101
Surface Finish Characterizationp. 109
Introductionp. 109
2D roughness parametersp. 110
2D amplitude parametersp. 112
2D amplitude distribution parametersp. 117
2D slope parametersp. 121
2D spacing parametersp. 122
Other 2D parametersp. 124
Motif parametersp. 126
3D parametersp. 129
3D height parametersp. 131
3D height distribution parametersp. 132
3D spatial parametersp. 133
3D hybrid parametersp. 136
3D functional parametersp. 137
Variability of roughness parametersp. 140
Manufacturing processes and surface parametersp. 143
Parameters and functional performancep. 147
Sub-surface Altered Material Layersp. 152
Introductionp. 152
The sub-surface featuresp. 153
Untempered martensite and white layersp. 154
Over-tempered martensite (OTM)p. 158
Retained austenite, resolutioning and overageingp. 159
Selective granular attackp. 161
Plastic deformationp. 162
Burrsp. 167
Cracksp. 168
Discontinuitiesp. 170
Tool depositsp. 174
Recast and redeposited materialp. 176
Residual stressp. 178
Altered material zones and the unit eventp. 183
AMZs and temperaturep. 184
AMZs and plastic deformationp. 186
AMZs and processesp. 188
The influence of AMZs on functional performancep. 189
Standards and Codes of Practicep. 192
Introductionp. 192
Standards defining 2D and 3D surface parametersp. 193
ISO 4288, 1996: 'Surface Texture: Profile Method - Rules and Procedures for the Assessment of Surface Texture'p. 193
ISO 4287, 1997: 'Surface Texture: Profile Method - Terms, Definitions and Surface Texture Parameters'p. 195
ISO 13565-2, 1996: 'Surface Texture: Profile Method - Surfaces having Stratified Functional Properties', Part 2: 'Height Characterisation using the Linear Material Ratio Curve'p. 198
ISO 13565-3, 2000: 'Surface Texture: Profile Method - Surfaces having Stratified Functional Properties', Part 3: 'Height Characterisation using the Material Probability Curve'p. 199
ISO 12085, 1996: 'Surface Texture: Profile Method - Motif Parameters'p. 200
ISO 1302, 2001: 'Technical Drawings - Method of Indicating Surface Texture'p. 200
ISO (Number to be decided): 'Assessment of 3D Surface Texture'p. 209
Standards related to 2D parameter evaluationp. 209
Standards related to unit events, imperfections and defectsp. 210
ISO 8785, 1998: 'Surface Imperfections - Terms, Definitions and Parameters'p. 211
Surface integrity technical publicationsp. 216
Field, Kahles and Cammett's recommendationsp. 217
B211.1, 1986: 'American National Standard for Surface Integrity'p. 219
A comparison of the various standards and codes of practicep. 222
Typical Surface Integrity Questionsp. 225
Background and Rationale of the Seriesp. 231
Indexp. 233
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