A review on cutting of industrial ceramic materials


Autores: Rahul Rakshit et Al

Ceramics have garnered huge engineering applications in various manufacturing industries. This is due to their excellent mechanical properties at high temperature, good oxidation stability and high hardness. However, their inherent brittleness properties have led to difficulty in giving proper shape through machining (achieving dimensional accuracy and precision) which limit their applications. In the present study, an elaborate literature review on both non-conventional and hybrid machining/cutting techniques has been carried out for a better understanding of machinability and surface integrity of ceramic materials. Few comparative studies and recent innovative developments for efficient cutting of ceramics have also been discussed.

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