His study of Optics brings together topics like Anisotropy and Optoelectronics. He integrates Anisotropy and Composite material in his research. His work on Composite material is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Residual stress. Borrowing concepts from Optics, Xichun Luo weaves in ideas under Optoelectronics. His Metallurgy study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Brittleness. His research brings together the fields of Metallurgy and Brittleness. He performs multidisciplinary study in Nanotechnology and Nanoscopic scale in his work. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Nanoscopic scale and Nanotechnology in his work. The study of Machining is intertwined with the study of Tool wear in a number of ways.
His Composite material research covers fields of interest such as Ceramic and Brittleness. His Silicon research extends to the thematically linked field of Metallurgy. Silicon and Metallurgy are frequently intertwined in his study. His Machining study frequently links to other fields, such as Mechanical engineering. He regularly ties together related areas like Machining in his Mechanical engineering studies. His Diamond study frequently involves adjacent topics like Diamond turning. As part of his studies on Diamond turning, Xichun Luo often connects relevant areas like Diamond tool. He incorporates Diamond tool and Diamond in his studies. Xichun Luo merges Optics with Laser in his research.
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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)
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.
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)
Hybrid micro-machining processes: a review
Saeed Zare Chavoshi;Xichun Luo.
Precision Engineering-journal of The International Societies for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology (2015)
Opportunities and challenges in micro- and nano-technologies for concentrating photovoltaic cooling: A review
Leonardo Micheli;Nabin Sarmah;Xichun Luo;K.S. Reddy.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2013)
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)
Investigation of microstructured milling tool for deferring tool wear
Wenlong Chang;Jining Sun;Xichun Luo;James Millar Ritchie.
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