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Advances in non conventional materials processing technologies
Manufacturing Engineering Society International Conference (4th 2011 Cadiz, Spain)
by Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Distributed in the Americas by Trans Tech Publications Inc. in Durnten-Zurich, Switzerland, Enfield, NH
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by M. Marcos, J.A. Sánchez and J. Salguero|
|Series||Materials science forum -- v. 713, Materials science forum -- v. 713.|
|Contributions||Marcos, M. (Mariano), Sánchez, J. A. (Jose Antonio), Salguero, J. (Jorge)|
|LC Classifications||TS5 .M355 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||2012405351|
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This work presents the most recent Advances in Non-Conventional Materials Processing Technologies presented at the 4 th Manufacturing Engineering Society International Conference (MESIC), held during September in Cadiz, Spain.
Here, Forming, Simulation, Laser, Water-Jet, Rapid Prototyping, WEDM, Grinding and Additive Manufacturing Technologies are, among others. Advances in non conventional materials processing technologies: selected, peer reviewed papers from the 4th Manufacturing Engineering Society International Conference, SeptemberCadiz, SpainTrans Tech Publications Ltd, Distributed in the Americas by Trans Tech Publications : Get this from a library.
Advances in non conventional materials processing technologies: selected, peer reviewed papers from the 4th Manufacturing Engineering Society International Conference, SeptemberCadiz, Spain.
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New to this edition are numerous worked examples, illustrating conventional and novel problem-solving techniques in applications such as semiconductor processing, environmental engineering, the production and processing of advanced and exotic materials for aerospace, electronic, and structural applications.
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