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Thermal Deformation in Machine Tools (Hardcover)

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Proven guidelines for reducing thermal deformation in machine tools

Written by global experts in the field of machine tool engineering, this authoritative work offers tested solutions for reducing thermal deformation in machine tools. Analytical expressions and design data for estimating the magnitude of generated heat and determining the thermal boundary condition are provided. The book presents remedies for decreasing thermal deformation from structural design and NC compensation technology. Computational methods for evaluating and estimating thermal behavior are also included in this detailed guide.

"Thermal Deformation in Machine Tools" covers: Fundamentals in design of structural body componentsEstimation of heat sources and thermal deformationStructural materials and design for preferable thermal stabilityVarious remedies for reducing thermal deformationFinite element analysis for thermal behaviorEngineering computation for thermal behavior and thermal performance test

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Publisher McGraw-Hill Professional Pub
Mfg Part# 9780071635172
SKU 212984847
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 0071635173
Release Date 7/1/2010
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Book Format Hardcover
Number of Pages 0214
Publisher McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
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