The concept of fractals is often considered to describe surface roughness. Fractals retain all the structural information and are characterized by a single descriptor, the fractal dimension, D. Fractal dimension is an intrinsic property of the surface and independent of the filter processing of measuring instrument as well as the sampling length scale. This book cover fractal analysis of surface roughness in different machining processes such as Computer Numeric Control (CNC) end milling, CNC turning, electrical discharge machining and cylindrical grinding. The content here presented adds a significant contribution to the existing literature, with interest to both industrial and academic public.J Mater Process Technol 186:154a162 Mandelbrot BB (1967) How long is the coast of Britain? ... J Mater Process Technol 124:183a191 Minitab User Manual Release 13.2 (2001) Making data analysis easier. ... Alagumurthy N (2008) A neural network and fuzzy-based methodology for the prediction of work roll surface roughness in a grinding process. ... Mater Manuf Process 23:174a181 Reddy NSK, Rao PV (2005) Selection of optimum tool geometry and cutting conditions using aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fractal Analysis in Machining|
|Author||:||Prasanta Sahoo, Tapan Barman, J. Paulo Davim|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-08-21|