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A Review of Metal Cutting Theory and Practice by Amitabha Bhattacharyya

A Review of Metal Cutting Theory and Practice by Amitabha Bhattacharyya

Metal cutting is a fundamental process in manufacturing engineering that involves removing material from a workpiece using a cutting tool. Metal cutting theory and practice is a comprehensive textbook that covers the principles, methods, and applications of metal cutting in various industries. The book was written by Amitabha Bhattacharyya, a professor of mechanical engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, and was first published in 1984 by New Central Book Agency[^2^].

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The book consists of 18 chapters that cover topics such as metal cutting mechanics, tool materials and geometry, tool wear and failure, cutting fluids, machining processes, machine tools, process planning and optimization, metrology and quality control, and computer-aided manufacturing. The book also includes numerous examples, problems, tables, figures, and references to help the reader understand and apply the concepts. The book is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of mechanical engineering, as well as practicing engineers and researchers in the field of metal cutting.

Metal cutting theory and practice by Amitabha Bhattacharyya is a classic and authoritative text that provides a comprehensive and rigorous treatment of metal cutting fundamentals and applications. The book is suitable for both academic and industrial audiences who want to learn more about the science and art of metal cutting.

The book also discusses the various applications of metal cutting in different industries, such as aerospace, automotive, energy, medical, and defense. Metal cutting is one of the most used manufacturing processes for feature creation and production of finished mechanical and construction parts and components[^3^]. Common examples of metal cutting processes include turning, milling, drilling, and grinding. The book explains how these processes can be optimized for different materials, such as steel, aluminum, titanium, and Inconel.

Inconel is a family of nickel-based superalloys that have excellent resistance to high temperatures, corrosion, and oxidation. Inconel sheets are widely used in applications that require extreme environments, such as jet engines, nuclear reactors, chemical plants, and oil rigs[^4^]. However, Inconel sheets are also very difficult to machine due to their high strength, low thermal conductivity, and tendency to work harden. The book provides valuable insights and tips on how to select the appropriate metal cutting tools, parameters, and strategies for machining Inconel sheets effectively and efficiently.

Some of the metal cutting tools that are suitable for Inconel sheets are lathes, saws, drills, mills, grinders, oxy acetylene torches, plasma cutters, water jets, rotary tools, and metal snips[^2^]. Each tool has its own advantages and disadvantages depending on the desired shape, size, and quality of the cut. The book describes the characteristics and functions of each tool in detail and provides examples of their applications in various industries. The book also covers the latest developments and innovations in metal cutting technology, such as computer-aided engineering (CAE) methods for process analysis and design[^1^], minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) systems for reducing environmental impact[^1^], and deep learning applications for improving process performance and quality[^3^]. 0efd9a6b88

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