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  • Machining processes

    Machining processes ECM Electrochemical machining (ECM) is a method of removing metal by an electrochemical process. It is normally used for mass production and is used for working extremely hard materials or materials that are difficult to machine using conventional methods.[1] Its use is limited to electrically conductive materials. ECM can cut small or odd-shaped angles‚ intricate contours or cavities in hardened exotic metals‚ such as titanium aluminised‚ Inconel‚ Waspalloy‚ and high nickel

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  • Machining Operations

    Machining Operations In MACHINING‚ the shape‚ size‚ finish and accuracy are obtained by removing the excess material from the workpiece surface. Various surfaces are obtained as an interaction between a workpiece and a cutting tool with the help of a contrivance known as MACHINE TOOL. Prof. S.K. Choudhury‚ Mechanical Engineering Department‚ IIT Kanpur 1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Machining Variety of work materials can be machined. o Most frequently used to cut metals Variety of

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  • Abrasive jet machining

    ABRASIVE JET MACHINING INTRODUCTION:- IT IS A PROCESS OF MATERIAL REMOVAL THROUGH THE ACTION OF A FOCUSED STREAM OF FLUID WITH ABRASIVE PARTICLES. IT IS ESPECIALLY USED FOR MACHINING SUPER ALLOYS‚ CERAMICS; GLASS AND REFRACTORY MATERIAL. IT IS ONE OF THE NON-POLLUTING METHODS AVAILABLE FOR MACHINING HARD MATERIALS TO PRECISION DETAILS. IN ABRASIVE WATER JET MACHINING THE ABRASIVE PARTICLES UTILIZES WATER JETS TO ACCELERATE OR DECELERATE THEIR SPEEDS DEPENDING UPON THE TYPE OF MATERIAL TO BE MACHINED

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  • Conventional Machining vs Non-Conventional Machining

    lConventional Machining VS Non-Conventional Machining Conventional machining usually involves changing the shape of a workpiece using an implement made of a harder material. Using conventional methods to machine hard metals and alloys means increased demand of time and energy and therefore increases in costs; in some cases conventional machining may not be feasible. Conventional machining also costs in terms of tool wear and in loss of quality in the product owing to induced residual stresses during

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  • Photochemical Machining (Pcm)

    Indian Institute of Technology‚ Kanpur PHOTOCHEMICAL MACHINING (PCM) ME662 Advanced Machining Processes Tarun Mankad Y4456 October 05‚ 2007 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 5 PROCESS OUTLINE 7 PROCESS COMPONENTS 8 PCM PRODUCTS 21 COST DRIVERS 27 ADVANTAGES OF PCM 28 CONCLUSION 29 REFERENCES 31 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Illustration 1: the current PCM process 7 Illustration 2: process flow-chart 9 Illustration 3: etch profile development with time 14 Illustration

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  • Non-Traditional Machining

    NONTRADITIONAL MACHINING AND THERMAL CUTTING PROCESSES Review Questions 26.1 Why are the nontraditional material removal processes important? Answer. Reasons for importance of are nontraditional material removal processes (1) the need to shape new metal alloys and non-metals that are difficult to machine by conventional processes; (2) the requirement of unusual and complex workpart geometries; and (3) the need to avoid surface damage which is often associated with conventional machining. 26.2 There

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  • Non Traditional Machining

    Manufacturing Technology MEC205 Non Traditional machining processes Water jet machining Electro chemical machining Turbine blade EDM EDM products Chemical machining Product from water jet machining Chemical machining structure Introduction Machining is a broad term to describe removal of material from a workpiece. 1. Machining categories: – Cutting involves single-point or multipoint cutting tools‚ each with a clearly defined geometry. 2. Abrasive processes:

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  • Electric Discharge Machining

    PROJECT REPORT ON INVESTIGATIONS INTO ELECTRIC DISCHARGE MACHINING USING EN-31 AND HCHCr WORK PIECE GUIDED BY:PROF.RAJESH MADARKAR SUBMITTED BY:ROSE DEE KAMLESH GEHANI SHARDUL AMIN SIDDHESH TIWARI SUVO SUNDAR CHATERJEE VIVEK WARADE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING SHRI RAMDEOBABA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT KATOL ROAD‚NAGPUR-440013 2011-2012 ABSTRACT The correct selection of manufacturing conditions is one of the most important aspects to take into consideration

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  • Study of Machining & Repairing of Electrical Motors, Transformers, Generators & Other Machines

    A Report Summer Internship-2013 (June 23‚ 2013- July 22‚ 2013) Topic: Study of machining & repairing of electrical motors‚ transformers‚ generators & other machines Submitted by: Amarjeet Kumar EEE/10/23 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I am thankful to the NIT‚ Arunachal Pradesh to give

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  • Design, Fabrication and Application of Minimum Quantity Lubrication (Mql) Setup in Machining

    A Report On Design‚ Fabrication and Application of Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) Setup in Machining By Saurav Chakraborty IIT Bhubaneswar Under the supervision of Dr. Sudarsan Ghosh Associate Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering IIT Delhi July 2013 Certificate This is to certify that Mr. Saurav Chakraborty‚ student of B.Tech (Mechanical Engg.) 3rd Year‚ IIT Bhubaneswar‚ has done his project under my guidance during the period 16 May-11 July‚ 2013 (8 weeks)

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