David Dornfeld mostly deals with Machining, Acoustic emission, Machine tool, Manufacturing engineering and Mechanical engineering. His research in Machining intersects with topics in Engineering drawing, Cutting tool, Control engineering, Edge and Process. David Dornfeld combines subjects such as Wafer, Abrasion, Composite material, Abrasive and Chemical-mechanical planarization with his study of Engineering drawing.
His Acoustic emission research integrates issues from Structural engineering, Grinding, Tool wear and Signal processing. David Dornfeld has researched Machine tool in several fields, including Energy consumption, Reliability engineering, Simulation and Kinetic energy recovery system. His research integrates issues of Energy engineering and Efficient energy use in his study of Manufacturing engineering.
His primary areas of study are Machining, Mechanical engineering, Manufacturing engineering, Engineering drawing and Acoustic emission. His studies in Machining integrate themes in fields like Machine tool, Edge and Cutting tool. Mechanical engineering and Finite element method are commonly linked in his work.
His Manufacturing engineering study combines topics in areas such as Energy consumption and Process. Wafer is closely connected to Composite material in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Engineering drawing. His Acoustic emission research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Diamond turning, Structural engineering and Signal, Signal processing.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Manufacturing engineering, Energy consumption, Machining, Process and Machine tool. His research integrates issues of Quality and Efficient energy use in his study of Manufacturing engineering. His Energy consumption research incorporates elements of Scheduling, Energy, Data mining and Kriging.
His study on Tool wear is often connected to Process time as part of broader study in Machining. The various areas that David Dornfeld examines in his Process study include Product life-cycle management, Track and Electronics. His Machine tool research is classified as research in Mechanical engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Manufacturing engineering, Advanced manufacturing, Computer-integrated manufacturing, Energy consumption and Machine tool. His Manufacturing engineering research includes elements of Quality, Resource, Efficient energy use and Integrated business planning. As part of one scientific family, David Dornfeld deals mainly with the area of Efficient energy use, narrowing it down to issues related to the Scale, and often Unit process and Mechanical engineering.
David Dornfeld focuses mostly in the field of Advanced manufacturing, narrowing it down to topics relating to Life-cycle assessment and, in certain cases, Pollution prevention, Competitive advantage, Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing and Operations research. His Computer-integrated manufacturing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Uncertainty quantification, Predictive modelling, Scheduling and Production planning. His Machine tool research includes themes of Process engineering and Machining.
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Advanced monitoring of machining operations
Roberto Teti;Krzysztof Jemielniak;Garret O'Donnell;David Dornfeld.
CIRP Annals (2010)
Towards Energy and Resource Efficient Manufacturing: A Processes and Systems Approach
Joost R. Duflou;John W. Sutherland;David Dornfeld;Christoph Herrmann.
Recent Advances in Mechanical Micromachining
David Dornfeld;Sangkee Min;Y. Takeuchi.
CIRP Annals (2006)
Tool Condition Monitoring (TCM) — The Status of Research and Industrial Application
G. Byrne;D. Dornfeld;I. Inasaki;G. Ketteler.
CIRP Annals (1995)
Material removal mechanism in chemical mechanical polishing: theory and modeling
Jianfeng Luo;D.A. Dornfeld.
IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (2001)
Advancing Cutting Technology
G. Byrne;David Dornfeld;B. Denkena.
CIRP Annals (2003)
Intelligent Manufacturing Systems
Andrew Kusiak;David Dornfeld.
Present Situation and Future Trends in Modelling of Machining Operations Progress Report of the CIRP Working Group ‘Modelling of Machining Operations’
C.A. van Luttervelt;T.H.C. Childs;I.S. Jawahir;F. Klocke.
CIRP Annals (1998)
Material Removal Mechanisms in Lapping and Polishing
C. J. Evans;E. Paul;David Dornfeld;D. A. Lucca.
CIRP Annals (2003)
Burrs—Analysis, control and removal
J.C. Aurich;D. Dornfeld;P.J. Arrazola;V. Franke.
CIRP Annals (2009)
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