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Machining processes play an important role in the manufacture of a wide variety of components. While the processes required for metal components are well-established, they cannot always be applied to composite materials, which instead require new and innovative techniques. Machining technology for composite materials provides an extensive overview and analysis of both traditional and non-traditional methods of machining for different composite materials.With its renowned editor and distinguished team of international contributors, Machining technology for composite materials is an essential reference particularly for process designers and tool and production engineers in the field of composite manufacturing, but also for all those involved in the fabrication and assembly of composite structures, including the aerospace, marine, civil and leisure industry sectors.- Provides an extensive overview of machining methods for composite materials- Chapters analyse cutting forces, tool wear and surface quality- Cryogenic machining and processes for wood based composites are discussed
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Hong Hocheng (Chinese: 賀陳弘; pinyin: Hèchén Hóng) is a Taiwanese academic. He served as the Deputy Minister of the National Science Council of the Executive Yuan from 2012 to 2014 and is the current president of National Tsing Hua University.
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