Recent Advances in Abrasives Research

Ing. Dirk Bähre, PhD (Editor)
Saarland University, Institute of Production Engineering, Saarbrücken, Germany

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC021000

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Due to their strong hardness, abrasives are suitable to produce material removal in contact with surfaces and have a high resistance to wear. Fields of application are manufacturing technologies, especially the precise machining of parts with smooth surface, the removal of hard materials and the wear protection, e.g. in the case of brake discs.

The investigation of abrasives is an interdisciplinary field in science in which many research groups from all over the world work. In this edited volume, different results from research in abrasives are compiled. The chapters contain several theoretical reflections and experimental analyses which contribute to understanding the mechanisms of material removal and wear protection with their influences and effects. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface pp.i-viii

Chapter 1. Quartz-Based Composites for Use in Abrasive Crowns of Ornamental Rocks
(Marcello Filgueira, Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense – UENF, Centro de Ciências e Tecnologia, CCT, Laboratório de Materiais Avançados, LAMAV, Campos dos Goytacazes/RJ, Brazil)pp.1-24

Chapter 2. Abrasives Utilized in Friction Composites for Tailored Brake Lining Applications
(Shicheng Qi, Rongping Yun, Vlastimil Matejka, Shengling Jiang, Xiaoa Zhang and Yafei Lu, Key Laboratory of Carbon Fiber and Functional Polymers, Ministry of Education, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China, and others) pp.25-46

Chapter 3. Multiple Interactions: A New Approach to Simulate Abrasive Wear
(W.M. da Silva, H.L. Costa, J.D.B. de Mello, Laboratório de Tribologia e Materiais, Faculdade de Engenharia Mecânica, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Uberlândia-MG, Brazil)pp.47-88

Chapter 4. The Concept of Energetic Interaction Between the Tool and the Workpiece in Superfinishing Processes
(А.N. Tyurin, West-Kazakhstan Agrarian-Technical University (named after Zhangir Khan), City of Uralsk, Republic of Kazakhstan) pp.89-114

Chapter 5. The Effects of Consumables on Material Removal and Scratch Propensity in Chemical Mechanical Planarization
(Abhijit Chandra, Ashraf Bastawros, Kuan-Chuen Wu, Pavan Karra, Tianyu Yu, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA, and others) pp.115-172

Chapter 6. Final Polishing of Metals to Obtain Nanoroughened Surface with Nanoparticulate Complex Oxides of Aluminum and Iron
(L.F. Koroleva, Institute of Engineering Science, Ural Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg, Russia)pp.173-212

Chapter 7. One-Way Abrasive Flow Machining: Basic Parameter Influences and In-Process Axial Force Measurement
(Horst Bruennet and Martin Swat, Saarland University, Institute of Production Engineering, Saarbruecken, Germany)pp.213-248

Chapter 8. Advances in Machining Wear-Resistant Coatings by Grinding and Honing
(Sebastian Goeke, Sascha Rausch, Petra Kersting and Dirk Biermann, Institute of Machining Technology, TU Dortmund University, Dortmund, Germany)pp.249-266

Chapter 9. Influences on the Precision Honing of Small Bores for Unhardened Steel
(Christina Schmitt, Saarland University, Institute of Production Engineering, Saarbruecken, Germany)pp.267-284

Index pp.285-286

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