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The status, challenges, and future of additive manufacturing in engineering
Additive manufacturing (AM) is poised to bring about a revolution in the way products are designed, manufactured, and distributed to end users. Expand
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Optimization of machining conditions with practical constraints
This paper presents a model for the optimization of machining conditions in a multi-pass turning operation. Both rough cutting and finishing cutting are considered in the model and dual optimizationExpand
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Modeling of machining of composite materials: A review
Abstract This paper provides a comprehensive review of literature, mostly of the last 10–15 years, on modeling of machining of composite materials with a focus on the process of turning. The paperExpand
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Radial basis function neural network for approximation and estimation of nonlinear stochastic dynamic systems
This paper presents a means to approximate the dynamic and static equations of stochastic nonlinear systems and to estimate state variables based on radial basis function neural network (RBFNN). Expand
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Machinability improvement of titanium alloy (Ti–6Al–4V) via LAM and hybrid machining
Abstract Titanium alloy (Ti–6Al–4V) is one of the materials extensively used in the aerospace industry due to its excellent properties of high specific strength and corrosion resistance, but it alsoExpand
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A comprehensive chatter prediction model for face turning operation including tool wear effect
This paper presents a three-dimensional mechanistic frequency domain chatter model for face turning processes, that can account for the effects of tool wear including process damping. NewExpand
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Additive manufacturing of Ti6Al4V alloy: A review
Abstract In this paper, the recent progress on Ti6Al4V fabricated by three mostly developed additive manufacturing (AM) techniques-directed energy deposition (DED), selective laser melting (SLM) andExpand
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In-process control of surface roughness due to tool wear using a new ultrasonic system
This paper presents in-process monitoring and control of surface roughness during machining processes via ultrasonic sensing. A newly developed system is utilized to measure the reflected intensityExpand
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Remanufacturing of turbine blades by laser direct deposition with its energy and environmental impact analysis
Abstract Laser direct deposition provides an attractive and cost effective means for repairing or remanufacturing high value engineering components. This study demonstrates the successful repair ofExpand
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Predictive modeling of multi-track laser hardening of AISI 4140 steel
Abstract Laser hardening provides benefits over the conventional hardening processes, including minimum distortion in the parts and the absence of a quenchant. This process is also faster thanExpand
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