His primary scientific interests are in Machining, Mechanical engineering, Machine tool, Manufacturing engineering and Tool wear. His Machining study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Structural engineering. His study brings together the fields of Chip and Mechanical engineering.
His Machine tool study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Control engineering, Strain hardening exponent, Work hardening and Dynamics. His study focuses on the intersection of Manufacturing engineering and fields such as Agile manufacturing with connections in the field of Computer-integrated manufacturing, The Internet and Systems engineering. His Tool wear research incorporates elements of Vibration, Cutting mechanics, Insert and Simulation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanical engineering, Machining, Manufacturing engineering, Composite material and Cutting tool. The Mechanical engineering study which covers Structural engineering that intersects with Computational fluid dynamics. His Machining research integrates issues from Surface roughness, Surface and Machine tool.
His studies deal with areas such as Agile manufacturing and Process as well as Manufacturing engineering. His research on Composite material often connects related topics like Cutting force. There are a combination of areas like Diamond tool and Diamond cutting integrated together with his Cutting tool study.
Kai Cheng mainly focuses on Mechanical engineering, Machining, Composite material, Surface roughness and Cutting force. His work on Vibration expands to the thematically related Mechanical engineering. His work in Machining addresses subjects such as Brittleness, which are connected to disciplines such as Realization and Particle fracture.
His research in Composite material intersects with topics in Ultrasonic sensor and Surface. His research in Cutting force tackles topics such as Static performance which are related to areas like Mechanics. His Tool wear research incorporates themes from Structural engineering and Drilling.
Kai Cheng mainly investigates Mechanical engineering, Machining, Aerostatic bearing, Precision engineering and Surface micromachining. His Mechanical engineering study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Chip. Kai Cheng focuses mostly in the field of Chip, narrowing it down to topics relating to Edge and, in certain cases, Chip formation and Diamond.
His Machining research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surface roughness, Work in process and Manufacturing engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Grinding, State and Systems engineering in addition to Aerostatic bearing. His research integrates issues of Temperature control, Servo, Micro drilling and Surface acoustic wave transducers in his study of Cutting tool.
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Micro-Cutting: Fundamentals and Applications
Kai Cheng;Dehong Huo.
Machining dynamics: Fundamentals, applications and practices
Design of ultraprecision machine tools with applications to manufacture of miniature and micro components
Xichun Luo;Kai Cheng;Dave Webb;Frank Wardle.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2005)
Modeling and simulation of the tool wear in nanometric cutting
K. Cheng;X. Luo;R. Ward;R. Holt.
Surface modification process by electrical discharge machining with a Ti powder green compact electrode
Z.L Wang;Y Fang;P.N Wu;W.S Zhao.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2002)
Selective Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide to Ethanol on a Boron- and Nitrogen-Co-doped Nanodiamond
Yanming Liu;Yujing Zhang;Kai Cheng;Xie Quan.
Angewandte Chemie (2017)
RFID enabled manufacturing: fundamentals, methodology and applications
B.H. Lu;R.J. Bateman;K. Cheng.
International Journal of Agile Systems and Management (2006)
Design of a five-axis ultra-precision micro-milling machine—UltraMill. Part 1: holistic design approach, design considerations and specifications
Dehong Huo;Kai Cheng;Frank Wardle.
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (2010)
Fe3N constrained inside C nanocages as an anode for Li-ion batteries through post-synthesis nitridation
Hao Huang;Song Gao;Ai-Min Wu;Kai Cheng.
Nano Energy (2017)
A holistic integrated dynamic design and modelling approach applied to the development of ultraprecision micro-milling machines
Dehong Huo;Kai Cheng;Frank Wardle.
International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture (2010)
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