Advances in Materials Processing

Select Proceedings of ICFMMP 2019

Sunpreet Singh (Redaktør) ; Chander Prakash (Redaktør) ; Seeram Ramakrishna (Redaktør) ; Grzegorz Krolczyk (Redaktør)

This book presents the select proceedings of the International Conference on Functional Material, Manufacturing and Performances (ICFMMP) 2019. The book primarily covers recent research, theories, and practices relevant to surface engineering and processing of materials. Les mer
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This book presents the select proceedings of the International Conference on Functional Material, Manufacturing and Performances (ICFMMP) 2019. The book primarily covers recent research, theories, and practices relevant to surface engineering and processing of materials. It focuses on the lesser-known technologies and advanced manufacturing methods which may not be standardized yet but are highly beneficial to material and manufacturing industrial engineers. The book includes current advances in the field of coating, deposition, cladding, nanotechnology, surface finishing, precision machining, processing, and emerging advanced manufacturing technologies which enhance the performance of materials in terms of corrosion, wear and fatigue. The book can be a valuable reference for beginners, researchers, and professionals interested in materials processing and allied fields.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Experimental investigations on FSW of AA6082-T6 aluminium alloy.- Plasma Spray Deposition of HA-TiO2 composite coating on Ti-6Al-4V alloy for Orthopedic Applications.- Review on surface modifications of the workpiece by electric discharge machining.- Experimental Investigations on heat generation and Surface Roughness during orthogonal machining of Stainless Steel using bio based oil MQL.- Performance of Composite coating on cutting tools: Coating technologies, performance optimization and their characterization: A review.- Transient Analysis of GTA Welded Austenitic and Ferritic Stainless Steel.- Electrodeposition and Corrosion Analysis of Ni-Mo Alloy Coatings.- Review on Microwave Cladding: A new Approach.- Characterization of Hemp Fibre Reinforced Gypsum Panels for Building Insulation.- A short note on the processing of materials through microwave route.- Investigations for improving solid state weldability of dissimilar thermoplastic composites through melt processing.- A short note on the friction Stir welding of the aluminum alloys.- Pyrolysis system for environment-friendly conversion of plastic waste into fuel.- Experimental investigation of surface integrity and machining characteristics of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy machined by Wire-EDM process.- Self-healing material- A new generation of materials.- Effect of Hard Chromium Coating on the Frictional Behavior of Piston Rings Material.- To study the effect of SLS parameters for dimensional accuracy.- Residual Stresses Analysis on Thermal Barrier Coatings - NDT Tool for Condition Assessment.- Wettability analysis of Polyetheretherketone based nanocomposites.- Developments in Metallic Biomaterials and Surface Coatings for various Biomedical Applications.- Effects of shielded metal arc welding process parameters on dilution in hardfacing of mild steel using factorial design.- Some investigations on the tensile strength of additively manufactured Poly-lactic-acid components.- Experimental Investigation and Parametric optimization of wire electrical discharge machining for Ti-6Al-4V alloy using response surface methodology.- Effect of process parameters on volume and geometrical features of electric discharge machined channels on a cast AA6061-B4C composite.- Characterization of plasma sprayed 87%Al2O3-13%TiO2 and 88%WC-12%Co coatings on ASTM A36 steel.- Influence of 3D printing technology on biomedical applications: A study on surgical planning, procedures and training.- Validation and Multi-response optimization of topological & geometrical parameters of Stainless steel cantilever Beam with Finite Element Analysis subjected to point load using Taguchi L9 orthogonal array integrated with utility methodology.- Micro-feature fabrication on external cylindrical surface by centreless electric discharge grinding.- Feasibility Study on Machining of Niobium to Achieve Nanometric Surface Finish.- Parametric Optimization Based on Mechanical Characterization of Fused Deposition Modelling Fabricated Part Using Utility Concept.- Recharging Aquifers through Percolation & Filtration: An integrated approach.

Om forfatteren

Dr. Sunpreet Singh is researcher in NUS Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Initiative (NUSNNI). He has received Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana, India. His area of research is additive manufacturing and application of 3D printing for development of new biomaterials for clinical applications. He has contributed extensively in additive manufacturing literature with publications appearing in Journal of Manufacturing Processes, Composite Part: B, Rapid Prototyping Journal, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, Measurement, International Journal of Advance Manufacturing Technology, and Journal of Cleaner Production. He has authored 10 book chapters and monographs. He is working in joint collaboration with Prof. Seeram Ramakrishna, NUS Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Initiative and Prof. Rupinder Singh, manufacturing research lab, GNDEC, Ludhiana. He is also editor of 3 books- "Current Trends in Bio-manufacturing", "3D Printing in Biomedical Engineering", and "Biomaterials in Orthopaedics and Bone Regeneration - Design and Synthesis". He is also guest editor of 3 journals- special issue of "Functional Materials and Advanced Manufacturing", Facta Universitatis, series: Mechanical Engineering (Scopus Indexed), Materials Science Forum (Scopus Indexed), and special issue on "Metrology in Materials and Advanced Manufacturing", Measurement and Control (SCI indexed).
Dr. Chander Prakash is Associate Professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering, Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar, India. He has received Ph.D in mechanical engineering from Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. His areas of research are biomaterials, rapid prototyping & 3-D printing, advanced manufacturing, modeling, simulation, and optimization. He has more than 11 years of teaching experience and 6 years of research experience. He has contributed extensively to the world in the titanium and magnesium based implant literature with publications appearing in Surface and Coating Technology, Materials and Manufacturing Processes, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture. He has authored 60 research papers and 10 book chapters. He is also editor of 3 books: "Current Trends in Bio-manufacturing"; "3D Printing in Biomedical Engineering"; and "Biomaterials in Orthopaedics and Bone Regeneration - Design and Synthesis". He is also guest editor of 3 journals: special issue of "Functional Materials and Advanced Manufacturing", Facta Universitatis, Series: Mechanical Engineering (Scopus Indexed), Materials Science Forum (Scopus Indexed), and special issue on "Metrology in Materials and Advanced Manufacturing", Measurement and Control (SCI indexed).
Prof. Seeram Ramakrishna is Co-Director, NUS Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Initiative (NUSNNI). He has received Ph.D form University of Cambridge. He is a global leader in electrospinning and nanostructured materials. Since 2001, Seeram's team has contributed significantly to the scientific knowledge in basic research, advances in the process and the applications of Nanofibers. His research resulted in ~ 1,000 peer reviewed articles with ~ 70,000 citations and ~ 120 H-index. He has authored 5 books and ~25 book chapters. He has been recognized as a Highly Cited Researcher in Materials Science (www.highlycited.com) for the past four years. Thomson Reuters listed him among the Most Influential Scientific Minds in the World. He has served as NUS vice-president (research strategy), dean of Faculty of Engineering, founding director of NUSNNI, and Bioengineering, founding chair of Global Engineering Deans Council, vice-president of International Federation of Engineering Education Societies, board member of Asia Society for Innovation & Policy. EC/FP7 report lists him among the top four researchers of Singapore. He is recognized as world's number one in nanofiber technologies. He also generated intellectual property in the form of 20 patents, and licensed technologies to industry and start-ups. He mentors Singapore based start-ups namely-Biomers International, Insight Bio Ventures, ceEntek, Hyperion Core and Everest Capital. Moreover he works with companies such as HP, Schlumberger, BASF, Interplex, GE, Mann Hummel, Kaneka, Mitsubishi, Toray, Unitex, GSK, AMT, etc. for value capture in Singapore.
Prof. Grzegorz Krolczyk is Professor in the Opole University of Technology. He is an originator and a Project Manager of OUTech's new Surface Integrity Laboratory. In his career he has held positions such as: head of unit design and technology, product engineer, production manager, product development engineer and production director. He is the co-author and project leader of a project Innovative, energy-efficient diaphragm flow device of a new generation. He is connected with the mechanical industry, where he managed teams from a few to over a hundred people. His industrial engineering experience was gained while working in a European holding company involved in machining of construction materials and plastic injection, where he was responsible for contacts with companies on technical issues such as quotation and implementation of new products. In professional career he was responsible from the implementation to production of products such as peristaltic pumps, ecological sprayers to spray organic pesticides and many pressure equipment operating e.g. in chemical plants. As a production manager, he was responsible from implementation to production and launching the assembly line for innovative sprayer ultra-low volume spraying system. He is author and co-author of over 80 scientific publications and nearly 20 studies and implementation of industry. The main directions of scientific activity are surface metrology, optimization of geometrical and physical parameters of surface integrity, optimization of production and cutting tool wear analysis in dry machining process of difficult-to-cut materials. He is also editor of various journals and books.