Most of the existing mechanistic (semiempirical) models for turning are orientated towards continuous cut and are applicable neither to non-axisymmetric parts, nor to the particular case of interrupted turning, so common in real workpieces.
Development of content-stable phase change composites by infiltration into inorganic porous supports
The performance of the vacuum infiltration technique to develop content-stable phase change composites is thoroughly analyzed for a representative spectrum of solid supports that cover a wide range of pore sizes, from micropores (>0.6 nm) to macropores (200 <μm).
The use of super-alloys, most of them Ni- or Ti-based, has significantly increased during the last decade.
Tribocorrosion behaviour of anodic titanium oxide films produced by plasma electrolytic oxidation for dental implants
Commercially pure Titanium (cp-Ti) and its alloys are the materials most widely used for dental implant applications.
LUBMAT 2012 was held in Bilbao, from 6–8 June 2012 in the Euskalduna Palace. LUBMAT was born in 2006, as a collaboration agreement between Jost Institute for Tribotechnology in UK and IK4-TEKNIKER in Eibar, Spain.
The structural impact of ionic liquids was systematically investigated by assessing their behaviour as lubricant additives in two different biodegradable esters (refined rapeseed oil and synthetic ester).