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Mechanical Engineering, 5th of July 2021, 010001

Non Traditional Machining Processes - Part 1:
an introduction

Lamice A. Denguir

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This first part out of 3 presentations regarding the review "Non Traditional Machining Processes" is a general introduction to NTM Processes, also known as advanced and non conventional processes, and it explains the differences and common points with conventional machining. In this first part, a comparison is made between Conventional Machining and Non-Traditional Machining, the specificities and applications of each one are explained.

The full review is composed of 4 presentations as follows:  1- Conventional machining vs Non Traditional machining (1st video presentation)  2- Chemical and Electrochemical Processes (2nd video presentation)  3- Mechanical Processes (2nd video presentation)  4- Thermal Processes (3rd video presentation)

The 1st presentation, which is the introduction part, is organized as follows: 

- Introduction 

- Conventional machining processes vs NTM : similarities 

- Conventional machining processes vs NTM : differences 

NTM,
non conventional processes,
manufacturing processes,
machining

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Audience:
Engineers - Engineering Students   


Duration: 

32 minutes video + 10 minutes test + Certificate of completion 


Language:
English with subtitles   


Support:
video + pdf memo + MCQ evaluation test 

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Citation

L.A.Denguir, "Non Traditional Machining Processes - Part 1: an « introduction, Knowledge and Skills, Mechanical Engineering, 2021, 010001, ISSN 2800-2083,
https://doi.org/10.53229/k.and.s.2021.010001

Non-Traditional Machining Processes - Part 1: an introduction
by Lamice A. DENGUIR 

 

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