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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CHAPTER CONTENTS 6.1 6.2 6.3 Friction Wear 6.2.1 Wear Mechanisms 6.2.2
Protection from Friction and Wear Lubrication 6.3.1 Types of Lubrication 6.3.2
Lubricants in Manufacturing Friction and wear are surface phenomena.
Block Friction resisting motion FIGURE 6.2 Block sliding on surface to illustrate
friction. Once the block is in motion, the force required to keep it moving drops to
a lower value Ft, the kinetic force. In most mechanical situations, kinetic force is ...
Friction in metal forming arises because of the close contact between the tool and
work surfaces and the high pressures that drive the surfaces together in these
operations. In most metal forming processes, friction is undesirable for the ...
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