A Review Of Measuring Methods For Surface Integrity

Author:  Field, Kahles, Cammett
Source:  Annals of the CIRP, Vol. 21/2 1972, p. 219-238
Doc ID:  1972000
Year of Publication:  1972
Within recent years, on a worldwide basis, designers and manufacturers of critical and highly stressed structural components have been engaged in a serious reassessment of the pronounced influence of manufacturing methods on mechanical properties and service performance as a result of the type of surface produced. This has come about because of increased demands for reliability and safety, unusual service requirements, development of and need for understanding of new manufacturing processes, and the availability of extensive sets of surface integrity data.

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