The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Machine tool, Mechanical engineering, Machining, Process and Grinding. The study incorporates disciplines such as Process, Engineering drawing, Linear motor, Control theory and Manufacturing process in addition to Machine tool. His Mechanical engineering research includes elements of Vibration, Control engineering, Mechatronics, Actuator and Point.
His Machining research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reduction and State. His Process research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Blueprint, Manufacturing engineering, The Internet and Process management. His work deals with themes such as Lens, Optics, Lapping, Ultrasonic sensor and Compression molding, which intersect with Grinding.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanical engineering, Machine tool, Machining, Process and Automation. Christian Brecher interconnects Structural engineering and Laser in the investigation of issues within Mechanical engineering. Christian Brecher combines subjects such as Thermal, Compensation, Control theory, Vibration and Control engineering with his study of Machine tool.
His study in Machining is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Manufacturing engineering and Engineering drawing. Many of his studies on Automation apply to Process as well.
Christian Brecher mostly deals with Mechanical engineering, Process, Machine tool, Process and Machining. His study in Grinding, Bevel gear and Honing falls under the purview of Mechanical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Work and Deformation.
As part of one scientific family, Christian Brecher deals mainly with the area of Machine tool, narrowing it down to issues related to the Control theory, and often Position. His Process research incorporates themes from Automation, Scalability, Quality and Manufacturing engineering. He has researched Machining in several fields, including Robot, Automotive engineering and Process control.
Christian Brecher mainly focuses on Process, Quality, Machining, Mechanical engineering and Process. Christian Brecher has included themes like Automation, Scalability, Machining time, The Internet and Use case in his Process study. His research in Machining intersects with topics in Automotive engineering, Manufacturing engineering, Task and Machine tool.
In his works, Christian Brecher undertakes multidisciplinary study on Machine tool and Environmental temperature. His Mechanical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Composite number, Thermoplastic composites, Thermoplastic, Deflection and Consolidation. His Process research incorporates elements of Turbine blade and Key.
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Virtual machine tool
Y. Altintas;C. Brecher;M. Weck;S. Witt.
CIRP Annals (2005)
Industrial Internet of Things and Cyber Manufacturing Systems
Sabina Jeschke;Christian Brecher;Tobias Meisen;Denis Özdemir.
Thermal issues in machine tools
Josef Mayr;Jerzy Jedrzejewski;Eckart Uhlmann;M. Alkan Donmez.
CIRP Annals (2012)
Machine tool spindle units
E. Abele;Y. Altintas;C. Brecher.
CIRP Annals (2010)
Machine tool feed drives
Y. Altintas;A. Verl;C. Brecher;L. Uriarte.
CIRP Annals (2011)
Chatter suppression techniques in metal cutting
J. Munoa;X. Beudaert;Z. Dombovari;Y. Altıntaş.
CIRP Annals (2016)
Industrial Internet of Things: Cybermanufacturing Systems
Sabina Jeschke;Christian Brecher;Houbing Song;Danda B. Rawat.
Published in <b>2017</b> (2016)
Interaction of manufacturing process and machine tool
C. Brecher;M. Esser;S. Witt.
CIRP Annals (2009)
Integrative Production Technology for High-wage Countries
Christian Brecher;Sabina Jeschke;Günther Schuh;Susanne Aghassi.
Cyber-Physical Systems: Foundations, Principles and Applications
Houbing Song;Danda B. Rawat;Sabina Jeschke;Christian Brecher.
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