This book identifies the major problem areas of metal cutting during the production of mechanical components. Thoroughly updated with new questions and exercises at the end of each chapter, the book relates observed performance in metal cutting to fundamental physics, materials behavior, and chemistry. In addition, heat transfer, tribology, and solid mechanics are covered in appropriate detail.
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Milton C. Shaw is Professor Emeritus of Engineering at Arizona State University. Throughout his career he has worked as a consultant to more than one hundred industrial companies and universities in the U.S. and abroad. During WWII, he was in charge of the Materials Division of NASA in Cleveland. Following the war, he served as Professor of Mechanical Engineering at MIT and later as Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department at Carnagie Mellon University. In 1978, he joined Arizona State University. Professor Shaw has a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati and Honorary Doctorates from Drexel University in Philadelphia and Louvain University in Belgium. He is a member of a number of engineering societies around the world, including the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, the Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Polish Academy of Science.
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