Nanocomposites for Machining Tools

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Paper by: Daria Sidorenko, Pavel Loginov, Leon Mishnaevsky, and Evgeny Levashov

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Paper published in the following international journal: Materials.

Abstract: Machining tools are used in many areas of production. To a considerable extent, the performance characteristics of the tools determine the quality and cost of obtained products. The main materials used for producing machining tools are steel, cemented carbides, ceramics and superhard materials. A promising way to improve the performance characteristics of these materials is to design new nanocomposites based on them. The application of micromechanical modeling during the elaboration of composite materials for machining tools can reduce the financial and time costs for development of new tools, with enhanced performance. This article reviews the main groups of nanocomposites for machining tools and their performance.

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Leon Mishnaevsky Jr, is a Senior Scientist at the Department of Wind Energy, Technical University of Denmark. Author of 3 monographs (”Micromechanics and Nanosimulation”, Springer, ” Computational Mesomechanics of Composites”, Wiley) and more than 120 research papers in peer reviewed journals. L.M. has been a Principal Investigator in a number of projects, including the EU FP7 Project "Virtual Nanotitanium", Columbia -Stanford-DTU network "Multiscale multiphysics computational mechanics", Danish-Japanese project " Graphene and CNT based composites", Sino-Danish project “ High reliability of large wind turbines via computational micromechanics ", Danish-Nepali project “ Wind energy technologies in Nepal ”, and others. Leader of Work Package “Nano/Micromechanics” in "Danish Centre for Composite Structures and Materials for Wind Turbines”. Chairman/Organizer of many international symposia and conferences, including Symposium on Multiscale Computational Analysis of Complex Materials (MCACM), 2017, Denmark, on Nanoengineered composites, 2015, Roskilde, Denmark, on Materials for Wind Energy Applications, 2012, Beijing, International Conference on Computational Modelling of Nanostructured Materials (ICCMNM-2013), Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 3-6.9.2013 and others. LM has held visiting professor/visiting scholar positions at M.I.T. and Rutgers (USA), University of Tokyo (Japan) and Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Arts et Metiers (France). Prior to joining Risø, he worked as a Heisenberg Fellow (”portable associate professorship” of German Research Council) at the University of Stuttgart, and at the Darmstadt University of Technology. He received his doctorate from the USSR Academy of Sciences, and his Dr. - Habil. degree in Mechanics from the Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany.

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