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Dynamics and chaos in manufacturing processes
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New York : John Wiley, 1998
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9780471152934
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This book examines the dynamics, chaos and complexity in manufacturing processes. Part I explores the direct application of nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory to machining, grinding, and rolling processes. Part II examines promising new concepts in nonlinear dynamics that may have direct uses in manufacturing processes which include: impact, friction, and fracture dynamics to control methods that harness the theory of chaotic dynamics.


Author Notes

FRANCIS C. MOON, PhD, is Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University. He is a former chairman of the university's theoretical and applied dynamics department and former director of its School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. A member of the National Academy of Engineering, Dr. Moon has authored numerous books, including Superconducting Levitation and Chaotic and Fractal Dynamics, both published by Wiley.


Table of Contents

Nonlinear Dynamics in Manufacturing Processes
Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos in Manufacturing ProcessesF. Moon and M. Johnson
Dynamic Modeling and Control of Machining ProcessesA. Ulsoy
Chatter Dynamics in Sheet-Rolling ProcessesR. Johnson and H. Cherukuri
Modeling, Analysis, and Characterization of Machining DynamicsI. Minis and B. Berger
Applications of Perturbation Methods to Tool Chatter DynamicsA. Nayfeh
Nonlinear Dynamics and Surface Integrity in Machining CeramicsG. Zhang
New Methods in Nonlinear Dynamics and Control
Nonlinear Dynamics with Impacts and FrictionS. Shaw and B. Feeny
Controlling Chaos in Mechanical SystemsE. Barreto
Experimental Control of High-Dimensional ChaosD. Christini
Index