His primary scientific interests are in Machining, Mechanical engineering, Grinding, Metallurgy and Composite material. His Machining research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Point, Reduction, State and Machine tool. His Machine tool study deals with Manufacturing engineering intersecting with New product development and Metrology.
His studies in Mechanical engineering integrate themes in fields like Vibration, Structural engineering, Efficient energy use and Convective heat transfer. His Grinding study incorporates themes from Process modeling, Kinematics, Lapping and Engineering drawing. His work on Dry-ice blasting and Material properties as part of general Composite material research is frequently linked to Aeronautical industry and Water jet cutting, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Machining, Mechanical engineering, Machine tool, Metallurgy and Grinding are his primary areas of study. In his research on the topic of Machining, Chemical vapor deposition is strongly related with Composite material. His Mechanical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Process, Electric discharge, Finite element method, Surface roughness and Edge.
Eckart Uhlmann has researched Machine tool in several fields, including Control engineering, Manufacturing engineering, Process and Condition monitoring. His studies in Cemented carbide and Diamond are all subfields of Metallurgy research. His research in Grinding intersects with topics in Surface finish, Kinematics, Ceramic and Abrasive.
Eckart Uhlmann focuses on Machining, Mechanical engineering, Tool wear, Composite material and Grinding. Metallurgy covers he research in Machining. He combines subjects such as Electric discharge and Process with his study of Mechanical engineering.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Tool wear, Carbide, Tube, Dielectric and Fluid dynamics is strongly linked to Tungsten. His work in the fields of Composite material, such as Diamond, Layer and Residual stress, intersects with other areas such as Distortion. He interconnects Polishing, Lapping, Face and Ceramic in the investigation of issues within Grinding.
His primary areas of study are Machining, Tool wear, Mechanical engineering, Selective laser melting and Grinding. Machining is a subfield of Metallurgy that Eckart Uhlmann explores. His study looks at the relationship between Tool wear and fields such as Miniaturization, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Eckart Uhlmann has included themes like Electric discharge, Control system, Process and Microcontroller in his Mechanical engineering study. His Selective laser melting research integrates issues from Emerging technologies, Identification, Cluster, Analytics and Predictive maintenance. The study incorporates disciplines such as Polishing and Ceramic in addition to Grinding.
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Thermal issues in machine tools
Josef Mayr;Jerzy Jedrzejewski;Eckart Uhlmann;M. Alkan Donmez.
CIRP Annals (2012)
Handbook of Machining with Grinding Wheels
Ioan D. Marinescu;Mike P. Hitchiner;Eckart Uhlmann;W. Brian Rowe.
Advances in Modeling and Simulation of Grinding Processes
E. Brinksmeier;J.C. Aurich;E. Govekar;C. Heinzel.
CIRP Annals (2006)
Additive Manufacturing of Titanium Alloy for Aircraft Components
Eckart Uhlmann;Robert Kersting;Tiago Borsoi Klein;Marcio Fernando Cruz.
Procedia CIRP (2015)
Handbook of Lapping and Polishing
Ioan D. Marinescu;Eckart Uhlmann;Toshiro K. Doi.
Machining of micro/miniature dies and moulds by electrical discharge machining—Recent development
Eckart Uhlmann;Sascha Piltz;Ulrich Doll.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2005)
Sustainability in manufacturing: Recovery of resources in product and material cycles
Günther Seliger;Nayim Bayat;Stefano Consiglio;Adil El Mernissi.
Dry-ice blasting for cleaning: process, optimization and application
G Spur;E Uhlmann;F Elbing.
Surface Formation in Creep Feed Grinding of Advanced Ceramics with and without Ultrasonic Assistance
E. Uhlmann;G. Spur.
CIRP Annals (1998)
Finite Element Modeling and Cutting Simulation of Inconel 718
E. Uhlmann;M. Graf von der Schulenburg;R. Zettier.
CIRP Annals (2007)
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