The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Machining, Mechanical engineering, Grinding, Surface integrity and Metallurgy. His work deals with themes such as Reduction, Composite material, Diamond, Abrasive and Drilling, which intersect with Machining. His work on Machine tool, End mill and Work as part of general Mechanical engineering study is frequently linked to Signature and Term, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His study looks at the relationship between Grinding and topics such as Engineering drawing, which overlap with Electronics, High surface and Ultra precision. His Surface integrity research entails a greater understanding of Residual stress. His work carried out in the field of Metallurgy brings together such families of science as Lubrication and Surface layer.
Ekkard Brinksmeier mostly deals with Machining, Mechanical engineering, Metallurgy, Grinding and Composite material. Ekkard Brinksmeier mostly deals with Surface integrity in his studies of Machining. His work in the fields of Mechanical engineering, such as Ultra precision, Polishing and Drilling, overlaps with other areas such as Kinematics.
His Grinding research incorporates themes from Brittleness, Thermal and Surface layer. His research investigates the connection with Residual stress and areas like Structural engineering which intersect with concerns in Clamping. The various areas that Ekkard Brinksmeier examines in his Hardening study include Grind and Diffusionless transformation, Martensite.
Ekkard Brinksmeier spends much of his time researching Machining, Mechanical engineering, Grinding, Metallurgy and Composite material. His research integrates issues of Diamond, Abrasive, Drilling, Air bearing and Machine tool in his study of Machining. His Mechanical engineering research includes themes of Finite element method and Sensitivity.
His studies in Grinding integrate themes in fields like Power, Thermal, Engineering drawing, Ceramic and Surface layer. Within one scientific family, Ekkard Brinksmeier focuses on topics pertaining to Lubrication under Metallurgy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Pulp and paper industry. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Surface and Edge.
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Surface integrity in material removal processes: Recent advances
I.S. Jawahir;E. Brinksmeier;R. M'Saoubi;D.K. Aspinwall.
CIRP Annals (2011)
Residual Stresses — Measurement and Causes in Machining Processes
E. Brinksmeier;J.T. Cammett;W. König;P. Leskovar.
CIRP Annals (1982)
Advances in Modeling and Simulation of Grinding Processes
E. Brinksmeier;J.C. Aurich;E. Govekar;C. Heinzel.
CIRP Annals (2006)
E. Brinksmeier;Y. Mutlugünes;F. Klocke;J.C. Aurich.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (2010)
Friction, Cooling and Lubrication in Grinding
E. Brinksmeier;C. Heinzel;M. Wittmann.
CIRP Annals (1999)
Capability Profile of Hard Cutting and Grinding Processes
F. Klocke;E. Brinksmeier;K. Weinert.
CIRP Annals (2005)
Drilling of Multi-Layer Composite Materials consisting of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics (CFRP), Titanium and Aluminum Alloys
E. Brinksmeier;R. Janssen.
CIRP Annals (2002)
Metalworking fluids—Mechanisms and performance
E. Brinksmeier;D. Meyer;A.G. Huesmann-Cordes;C. Herrmann.
CIRP Annals (2015)
Drilling of composites and resulting surface integrity
E. Brinksmeier;S. Fangmann;R. Rentsch.
CIRP Annals (2011)
Utilization of Grinding Heat as a New Heat Treatment Process
E. Brinksmeier;T. Brockhoff.
CIRP Annals (1996)
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