Fritz Klocke focuses on Metallurgy, Machining, Mechanical engineering, Grinding and Surface integrity. His Metallurgy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lubrication, Composite material and Coating. He has researched Machining in several fields, including Broaching and Process.
His Mechanical engineering study deals with Finite element method intersecting with Stress. His Grinding research incorporates themes from Structural engineering, Manufacturing engineering and Machine tool. His study explores the link between Surface integrity and topics such as Machinability that cross with problems in Tool wear.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanical engineering, Metallurgy, Machining, Composite material and Grinding. His studies in Mechanical engineering integrate themes in fields like Engineering drawing and Finite element method. As part of his studies on Metallurgy, Fritz Klocke often connects relevant subjects like Coating.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Surface roughness and Manufacturing engineering. Fritz Klocke studies Molding which is a part of Composite material. Fritz Klocke works in the field of Grinding, namely Grinding wheel.
His primary scientific interests are in Machining, Mechanical engineering, Metallurgy, Composite material and Grinding. His Machining study also includes fields such as
His study in Microstructure, Forging, Tool steel, Powder metallurgy and Grain size falls within the category of Metallurgy. His study in Composite material concentrates on Molding and Tribology. His studies deal with areas such as Brittleness, Carbide, Ceramic and Tungsten carbide as well as Grinding.
His main research concerns Composite material, Machining, Mechanical engineering, Surface integrity and Electrical discharge machining. His work deals with themes such as Titanium and Dissolution, which intersect with Composite material. His Machining research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Residual stress, Cutting tool, Material properties, Current and Process.
His work on Grinding, Broaching, Coupling and Machine tool as part of his general Mechanical engineering study is frequently connected to Kinematics, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Grinding study incorporates themes from Brittleness, Carbide and Ceramic. His Surface integrity study also includes
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Consolidation phenomena in laser and powder-bed based layered manufacturing
Jean-Pierre Kruth;G Levy;F Klöcke;T Childs.
CIRP Annals (2007)
Advances in Modeling and Simulation of Grinding Processes
E. Brinksmeier;J.C. Aurich;E. Govekar;C. Heinzel.
CIRP Annals (2006)
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)
E. Brinksmeier;Y. Mutlugünes;F. Klocke;J.C. Aurich.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (2010)
Material Removal Mechanisms in Lapping and Polishing
C. J. Evans;E. Paul;David Dornfeld;D. A. Lucca.
CIRP Annals (2003)
Manufacturing Processes 1
Hybrid processes in manufacturing
Bert Lauwers;Fritz Klocke;Andreas Klink;A. Erman Tekkaya.
CIRP Annals (2014)
Turbomachinery component manufacture by application of electrochemical, electro-physical and photonic processes
Fritz Klocke;Andreas Klink;Drazen Veselovac;David Keith Aspinwall.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (2014)
Capability Profile of Hard Cutting and Grinding Processes
F. Klocke;E. Brinksmeier;K. Weinert.
CIRP Annals (2005)
Coated Tools for Metal Cutting – Features and Applications
F. Klocke;T. Krieg.
CIRP Annals (1999)
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