While the research belongs to areas of Aerodynamics, Robert Lewis Reuben spends his time largely on the problem of Aerospace engineering, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Range (aeronautics). His study ties his expertise on Aerospace engineering together with the subject of Range (aeronautics). His Chemical engineering study frequently links to other fields, such as Nanocomposite, Montmorillonite, Filler (materials) and Crystallization. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Nanocomposite and Glass transition. Montmorillonite is frequently linked to Organic chemistry in his study. He combines topics linked to Polyurethane with his work on Organic chemistry. Robert Lewis Reuben regularly links together related areas like Chemical engineering in his Filler (materials) studies. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Crystallization and Polymer. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Polymer and Polyurethane.
As part of his studies on Composite material, Robert Lewis Reuben often connects relevant areas like Acoustic emission. His Acoustics study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Acoustic emission. His Metallurgy study typically links adjacent topics like Silicon. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Silicon and Diamond via his papers. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Diamond turning and Diamond. His Metallurgy research extends to the thematically linked field of Diamond turning.
His Quantum mechanics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Quality (philosophy) and Energy (signal processing). As part of his studies on Quality (philosophy), Robert Lewis Reuben often connects relevant subjects like Quantum mechanics. As part of his studies on Pathology, Robert Lewis Reuben often connects relevant subjects like Soft tissue. He performs integrative study on Soft tissue and Cancer. Robert Lewis Reuben applies his multidisciplinary studies on Cancer and Ultrasound in his research. His Ultrasound study frequently links to other fields, such as Magnetic resonance elastography. He combines Magnetic resonance elastography and Radiology in his studies. His research brings together the fields of Palpation and Radiology. Robert Lewis Reuben combines Palpation and Pathology in his studies.
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Diamond machining of silicon: A review of advances in molecular dynamics simulation
Saurav Goel;Xichun Luo;Anupam Agrawal;Robert L. Reuben.
International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture (2015)
Brittle-ductile transition during diamond turning of single crystal silicon carbide
Saurav Goel;Xichun Luo;Paul Comley;Robert L Reuben.
International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture (2013)
Wear mechanism of diamond tools against single crystal silicon in single point diamond turning process
Saurav Goel;Xichun Luo;Xichun Luo;Robert L. Reuben.
Tribology International (2013)
TOOL WEAR MONITORING OF TURNING OPERATIONS BY NEURAL NETWORK AND EXPERT SYSTEM CLASSIFICATION OF A FEATURE SET GENERATED FROM MULTIPLE SENSORS
R.G. Silva;R.L. Reuben;K.J. Baker;S.J. Wilcox.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (1998)
Molecular dynamics simulation model for the quantitative assessment of tool wear during single point diamond turning of cubic silicon carbide
Saurav Goel;Xichun Luo;Robert L. Reuben.
Computational Materials Science (2012)
A quantitative assessment of nanometric machinability of major polytypes of single crystal silicon carbide
Xichun Luo;Saurav Goel;Robert Lewis Reuben.
Journal of The European Ceramic Society (2012)
Mechanical properties of attapulgite clay reinforced polyurethane shape-memory nanocomposites
Bin Xu;Wei Min Huang;Yu Tao Pei;Zezhi Chen.
European Polymer Journal (2009)
A new method for waveform analysis for estimating AE wave arrival times using wavelet decomposition
Ying Ding;Robert Lewis Reuben;John Alexander Steel.
Ndt & E International (2004)
Embedded micromachined fiber-optic Fabry-Perot pressure sensors in aerodynamics applications
M.J. Gander;W.N. MacPherson;J.S. Barton;R.L. Reuben.
IEEE Sensors Journal (2003)
Measurement of tissue mechanical characteristics to distinguish between benign and malignant prostatic disease.
S. Phipps;T.H.J. Yang;F.K. Habib;R.L. Reuben.
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