The Resource On the Use of Potential Theory for Thermal Modeling in Metal Cutting

On the Use of Potential Theory for Thermal Modeling in Metal Cutting

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On the Use of Potential Theory for Thermal Modeling in Metal Cutting
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On the Use of Potential Theory for Thermal Modeling in Metal Cutting
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Language
eng
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EBLCP
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Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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On the Use of Potential Theory for Thermal Modeling in Metal Cutting
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Contents
  • Content; 1 Introduction; Einleitung; 2 State of the Art; 2.1 Model Verification and Validation; 2.2 Significance of Thermal Effects in Metal Cutting; 2.3 Thermal Conceptual Models in Metal Cutting Theory; 2.4 Fundamentals of Heat Transfer; 2.4.1 Fourier's Law of Heat Flux; 2.4.2 Partial Differential Equation for Heat Conduction; 2.4.3 Thermal Boundary Conditions; 2.5 Analytical Thermal Models; 2.5.1 Mathematical Models; 2.5.2 Overview of Analytical Computational Models; 2.6 Fundamentals of Potential Theory; 2.7 Use of Potential Theory in Metal Cutting
  • 10.3 Source Codes10.4 Result Tables from Cutting Experiments; Leere Seite
  • 2.8 Conclusions from the State of the Art3 Objectives and Scientific Approach; 4 Elementary Solutions Approach; 4.1 Complex Temperature and Heat Flow Field Function; 4.2 Methodology for Derivation of Complex Functions for Cutting; 4.2.1 Superposition of Elementary Functions; 4.2.2 Model Parameter Study; 4.2.3 Calibration of Model Parameters; 4.2.4 Correlation of Model and Cutting Parameters; 4.3 Model Outcomes; 4.3.1 Temperature Field; 4.3.2 Heat Flow Field; 4.4 Conclusions from Elementary Solutions Approach; 5 Panel Method Approach; 5.1 Fundamentals of Panel Methods
  • 5.2 Methodology for the Application of Source Panels5.2.1 Discretization of Cutting Kinematics; 5.2.2 Consideration of Thermal Boundary Conditions; 5.2.3 Generating the Potential Function; 5.2.4 Calibration; 5.3 Model Outcomes; 5.3.1 Temperature Distribution Fields; 5.3.2 Consideration of Wear and Tool Geometry; 5.4 Intermediate Conclusions from Panel Method; 6 Model Validation; 6.1 Description of Conducted Cutting Experiments; 6.1.1 Measurement Devices and Method; 6.1.2 Cutting Experiments on Fundamental Test Rig; 6.1.3 Cutting Experiments on Broaching Machine
  • 6.2 Investigation of Thermal Boundary Conditions6.3 Validation of Presented Approaches; 6.3.1 Validation of the Elementary Solutions Approach; 6.3.2 Validation of Panel Method Approach; 6.4 Conclusion and Comparison of Both Approaches; 7 Comparison to Other Modeling Approaches; 7.1 Comparison to Conventional Modeling Approaches; 7.2 Comparison to the Finite Element Method; 7.3 Intermediate Conclusion and Assessment; 8 Summary and Outlook; Zusammenfassung und Ausblick; 9 References; 10 Appendix; 10.1 Definitions of Characteristic Thermal Values; 10.2 Detailed Mathematical Derivations
Control code
ocn941700010
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (159 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783863594015
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.b34929897
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)941700010
  • ebl3863594010

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