CIRP Encyclopedia of Production Engineering by The International Academy for Production Engineering, Luc

By The International Academy for Production Engineering, Luc Laperrière, Gunther Reinhart

The CIRP Encyclopedia covers the state-of-art of complicated applied sciences, tools and types for creation, construction engineering and logistics. whereas the technological and operational points are within the concentration, reasonably-priced facets are addressed too. The entries for a wide selection of phrases have been reviewed through the CIRP-Community, representing the top criteria in examine. hence, the content material is not just evaluated across the world on a excessive clinical point but additionally displays very fresh developments.

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Boron nitride has unique chemical and physical properties, such as low density, high melting point, high thermal conductivity, superior chemical inertness and high electrical resistivity. Its chemical inertness leads to application as thermocouple protection sheaths, crucibles and linings for reaction vessels though as above oxidation must be avoided. Cutting tools and abrasive components particularly for use with low carbon ferrous metals have been developed using CBN. In this application the tools behave in a similar manner to polycrystalline diamond tools but can be used on iron and low carbon alloys without risk of reaction.

Cannot be cut into gems (Jacobs 1928). In 1957, the commercial manufactured of diamond for sale as a consumable abrasive was made possible. Diamond is suited to grinding tungsten carbide, natural stones, granite and concrete, as well as more sophisticated ceramics and cermets. However diamond is not suited for grinding steels due to very aggressive chip formation edges (Salmon 1992) (continued) Abrasive Material 3 A Abrasive Material, Table 1 (continued) Diatomacous earth Emery Emery cake Emery string Flint Garnet Lime Pulp stones Pumice Putty powder Quarts Diatomaceous earth is more commonly known as infusorial earth.

The special property of MSM materials which generates this effect is the ferromagnetic characteristic of the martensitic phase. Hence, reversible deformations of up to 10 % can be realized by applying a magnetic field. Depending on the microstructure of the material and the achieved strain, a magnetic field of about one tesla is required (Tellinin et al. 2002). The recreation of this reversible strain can be realized in two ways: thermally by heating up the material into the austenitic state and magnetically.

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