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A Coupled Eulerian Lagrangian Model to Predict Fundamental Process Variables and Wear Rate on Ferrite-pearlite Steels
(Elsevier B.V., 2017)
A coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian Finite Element model of the orthogonal cutting process was developed to predict the influence that ferritepearlite steel variants have on fundamental process variables and tool wear. As a case ...
Evolution of residual stresses induced by machining in a Nickel based alloy under static loading at room temperature
Tensile residual stresses are very often generated on the surface when machining nickel alloys. In order to determine their influence on the final mechanical behaviour of the component residual stress stability should be ...
Three stage maturity model in SME's towards Industry 4.0
(Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, 2016)
Purpose: To address the challenges regarding the concept of Industry 4.0 and the diversification methodology and based on the strategic guidance towards Industry 4.0, we propose a process model as a guiding framework for ...
Surface integrity of additive manufacturing parts: a comparison between optical topography measuring techniques
(Elsevier B.V., 2020)
Additive Manufacturing (AM) presents significant industry-specific advantages allowing the creation of complex geometries and internal features that cannot be produced using conventional manufacturing processes. However, ...
FEM modeling of hard turning 42CrMoS4 steel
(Elsevier B.V., 2019)
Modelling of an Additive 3D-Printing Process Based on Design of Experiments Methodology
(Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia, 2020)
Purpose: The implementation of additive manufacturing (AM) or 3D-printer manufacturing for technical prototyping, preproduction series and short production series can bring benefits in terms of reducing cost and time to ...
Finite Element Prediction of the Tool Wear Influence in Ti6Al4V Machining
Ti6Al4 V is a titanium alloy widely used in the aeronautical industry and machining is often adopted to manufacture it. These parts must satisfy requirements specified by the customer. A crucial characteristic of aircraft ...
Closing the Brand Gap through innovation and design
(Elsevier B.V., 2016)
Existing brands already have certain products and services that generate a particular experience in the mindof custome.However, distortions exist between what the brands what to communicate and ...
Company Maturity Models: Application to Supplier Development Program in Oil and Gas Sector
Purpose: In order to achieve excellence, outsourced maintenance contractors in Oil&Gas sector play a key role due to the important impact of their task on security, availability and energy consumption. This paper presents ...
Continuous improvement framework to develop cultural change: case study, capital goods company
(Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020)
In this study, a frame of reference was developed to adapt and execute a continuous improvement process (CIP) for reinforcing a continuous improvement (CI) culture in an organisation. The study was undertaken in a mature ...