Principles of Cutting Mechanics: Applications of Ultra-Precision Machining and Grinding

April 12-15, 1993
Westward Look Resort
Tucson, AZ

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Invited Lectures I
Tuesday, April 13, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

  1. Material Removal Processes: Engineering Mechanics Consideration
    C. A. Anderson (Advanced Engineering Technology Group, LANL)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  2. Machining and Grinding - High Rate Deformation in Practice
    P. S. Follansbee (Materials Science and Technology Division, LANL)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring

Invited Lectures II
Tuesday, April 13, 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

  1. Grinding Mechanisms for Metals
    S. Malkin (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  2. Studies for the Precision Cutting Process
    R. Donaldson (Precision Engineering Program, LLNL)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/No Abstract Available/1993 Spring

Invited Lectures III
Tuesday, April 13, 3:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.

  1. Indentation Fracture and the Machining of Brittle Materials
    B. Lawn (NIST)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/No Abstract Available/1993 Spring
  2. Energy Scaling Brittle-Ductile Transitions in Machining
    K. E. Puttick (Physics Dept., University of Surrey at Guilford, U. K.)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  3. Cutting Mechanics for Ductile-Regime Machining
    R. O. Scattergood (Precision Engineering Center, N. C. State University)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring

Technical Session I
Wednesday, April 14, 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

  1. Molecular Dynamics Simulations of the Precision Machining of Germanium
    J. A. Patten (NanoTechnology and Precision Engineering Group, UNC-Charlotte)
    , K. Flurchick (N.C. Supercomputer Center Research Institute) and J. Beeler and J. Strenkowski (Precision Engineering Center, N. C. State University)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  2. Atomistic Simulation of Diamond-Tip Machining of Nanoscale Features
    A. F. Voter and J. D. Kress (Theoretical Division, LANL)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  3. Ploughing on Gold Using a Scanning Tunneling Microscope
    R. D. Day (LANL) and P. E. Russell (Precision Engineering Center, N. C. State University)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring

Technical Session II
Wednesday, April 14, 10:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

  1. Sub-Surface Damage Characterization of Silicon Wafers Using Scanning Infrared Depolarization (SIRD)
    H. Lundt, M. Kerstan and R. Weiss (Wacker Chemitronic, Germany)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  2. A Non-Destructive Method of Assessing Sub-Surface Damage in Optically Transparent Materials
    C. F. Kranenberg and K. C. Jungling (Center for High Technology Materials, University of New Mexico)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  3. Deterministic Microgrinding of Spherical Surfaces on Optical Glasses
    D. Golini (Center for Optics Manufacutring, University of Rochester)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring

Technical Session III
Wednesday, April 14, 3:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.

  1. Investigation of the Potential Machinability of Glassy Carbon in the "Ductile" Regime
    Y. Hara and M. Nakao (Mechanical Engineering Research Laboratory, Kobe Steel, Ltd., Japan) and
    A. E. Gee (School of Industrial & Manufacturing Science, Cranfield Institute of Technology, U. K.)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  2. Change of Depth of Cut and Damage on Ground Surfaces in Shear Mode Grinding
    K. Imai and H. Hashimoto (School of Engineering, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  3. Brittle/Ductile Grinding of Soft Basalt Ceramic
    I. D. Marinescu and J. A. Webster (Center for Grinding Research and Development, University of Connecticut)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  4. Chemomechanical Effects in Ductile-Regime Machining of Glass
    T. G. Bifano, R. Annear (Precision Engineering Research Laboratory, Boston University) and D. Golini (Center for Optics Manufacturing, University of Rochester)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring

Technical Session IV
Thursday, Apirl 15, 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

  1. Effect of Machining Parameters, Set-up, and Tool Geometry on Surface Finish and Roundness of Polycrystalline Diamond Bored Bronze Bearings
    G. V. Delbrugge, K. Knott, C.O. Ruud and P. H. Cohen (Department of Industrial Mgmt. Systems Engineering, Penn State University)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  2. Computer Controlled Precision Optical Polishing on the Diamond Turning Machine
    P. R. Hannah and D. Stewart (LANL)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  3. Observations on Material Removal Processes Based on Removal Rate and Finish
    R. E. Parks (University of Arizona) and C. J. Evans (NIST)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/No Abstract Available/1993 Spring

Technical Session V
Thursday, April 15, 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

  1. Chemical Mechanisms of Diamond Wear
    E. Paul (Stockton College) and C. J. Evans and R. S. Polvani (NIST)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring
  2. Orthogonal Cutting Experiments: Input to Ultraprecision Process Design
    R. L. Rhorer (LANL) and D. A. Lucca (Oklahoma State University)
    Cutting Mechanics/Oral/Abstract/1993 Spring