Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes, and Systems
Covers engineering materials, production systems, and manufacturing processes, emphasizing manufacturing science and quantitative analysis of manufacturing processes, with even treatment of materials beyond an emphasis on metals. Chapters on materials identify the principle manufacturing processes for the given material, while processing chapters o.
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Metals are cast in the molten state, glass is formed in a heated and highly fluid
state, and polymers are almost always shaped as thick fluids. Viscosity Although
flow is a defining characteristic of fluids, the tendency to flow varies for different ...
Thus, the viscosity of a fluid can be defined as the ratio of shear stress to shear
rate during flow, where shear stress is the frictional force exerted by the fluid per
unit area, and shear rate is the velocity gradient perpendicular to the flow
Four types of lubrication can be distinguished, illustrated in Figure 6.5: (a) fluid
film lubrication, (b) boundary lubrication, (c) solid lubrication, and (d) dry friction.
Dry friction is the case of no lubrication at all; the surfaces interact with each other
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