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advanced machining processes of metallic materials theory modelling and applications second edition pdf

Numerous references are provided for more detailed or more extensive information on various aspects of metal cutting and its effective applications ranging from
mezo- to nano-scale.
In particular, I have recommended the following books (in alphabetic order) to be
good sources of additional information for metal cutting process and their optimal
applications:
G. Boothroyd, W.A. Knight, Fundamentals of Machining and Machine Tools,
CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2006, is an exceptional source of descriptions of various
cutting-oriented phenomena an recent advances in conventional and nonconventional
machining processes.

T.H.C. Childs, K. Maekawa, T. Obikawa, Y. Yamane, Metal Machining. Theory and Applications, Arnold, London, 2000, is a good source for reliable experimental data and modelling techniques (slip-line, FEM, AI-based) developed mainly in UK and Japan.

M.C. Shaw, Metal Cutting Principles, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1989, is a good source for scientific interpretation of physical principles of conventional machining processes based on classical mechanics, strength of materials and tribology.

H.K. To¨nshoff, B. Denkena, Basic of Cutting and Abrasive Processes, Springer,
Heidelberg, 2013, is a new reference devoted to available technology of metal cutting
and abrasive processes and their effective implementation in the contemporary industrial practice.

E.M. Trent, P.K. Wright, Metal Cutting, Butterworth Heinemann, Boston, 2000,
is a unique source for both traditional material-based approach to the metal cutting
phenomena and essential aspects of 21st-century manufacturing.

According to the author’s intention, this book is addressed to those studying and
teaching the principles of machining processes and operations at universities, as well as
providing an updated theoretical and applied knowledge for those involved in the
machining/manufacturing industry.