Stephen T. Newman spends much of his time researching Manufacturing engineering, Machining, Process, Quality and Machinability. His study in Manufacturing engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both State and Product. His State research integrates issues from Mechanical engineering, Computer-integrated manufacturing and Electrical discharge machining.
His study involves Numerical control and Surface integrity, a branch of Machining. His research in Numerical control focuses on subjects like Domain, which are connected to STEP-NC. In the subject of general Process, his work in Computer-aided process planning is often linked to Warranty, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His primary areas of study are Manufacturing engineering, Machining, Process, Numerical control and STEP-NC. Stephen T. Newman studies Manufacturing engineering, focusing on Computer-integrated manufacturing in particular. His research in Machining intersects with topics in Surface roughness and Titanium alloy.
His Process research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quality and Plan. Stephen T. Newman has included themes like Machine tool and Computer-aided manufacturing, CAD, Engineering drawing in his STEP-NC study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Lubrication and Material properties in addition to Metallurgy.
Machining, Metallurgy, Manufacturing engineering, Machine tool and Process are his primary areas of study. His Machining study is focused on Mechanical engineering in general. His research investigates the link between Metallurgy and topics such as Lubrication that cross with problems in Surface finish.
His research ties Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing engineering together. His Machine tool research includes themes of Variety, Simulation and Engineering drawing. His Process research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quality, Numerical control, Production and Process engineering.
Stephen T. Newman focuses on Machining, Process, Metallurgy, Surface roughness and Manufacturing engineering. His work on Surface integrity as part of general Machining research is often related to Aerospace, thus linking different fields of science. His Process study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Numerical control and Production.
His Titanium alloy study in the realm of Metallurgy connects with subjects such as Energy consumption. Stephen T. Newman interconnects Material properties and Machinability in the investigation of issues within Surface roughness. The Manufacturing engineering study combines topics in areas such as Process selection and Electromagnetic shielding.
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State of the art electrical discharge machining (EDM)
K.H Ho;S.T Newman.
International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture (2003)
Intelligent Manufacturing in the Context of Industry 4.0: A Review
Ray Y. Zhong;Xun Xu;Eberhard Klotz;Stephen T. Newman.
STATE OF THE ART IN WIRE ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE MACHINING (WEDM)
K.H Ho;S.T Newman;S Rahimifard;R.D Allen.
International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture (2004)
Environmentally conscious machining of difficult-to-machine materials with regard to cutting fluids
Alborz Shokrani;Vimal Dhokia;Stephen T Newman.
International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture (2012)
Computer-aided process planning-A critical review of recent developments and future trends
Xun Xu;Lihui Wang;Stephen T. Newman.
International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (2011)
Making CNC machine tools more open, interoperable and intelligent: a review of the technologies
X. W. Xu;S. T. Newman.
Computers in Industry (2006)
Big Data for supply chain management in the service and manufacturing sectors
Ray Y. Zhong;Stephen T. Newman;George Q. Huang;Shulin Lan.
Computers & Industrial Engineering (2016)
Development of design for remanufacturing guidelines to support sustainable manufacturing
Winifred L. Ijomah;Christopher A. McMahon;Geoffrey P. Hammond;Stephen T. Newman.
Robotics and Computer-integrated Manufacturing (2007)
Energy efficient process planning for CNC machining
Stephen T. Newman;A. Nassehi;R. Imani-Asrai;V. Dhokia.
Cirp Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology (2012)
STEP-compliant NC research: the search for intelligent CAD/CAPP/CAM/CNC integration
Xun W. Xu;H Wang;Jian Mao;S T. Newman.
International Journal of Production Research (2005)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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