What is it about?

The machinability investigation of carbon nanotubes/carbon fiber (CNTs/CF) reinforced composites is emerging with a strong application potential in the aviation industry, automobile industry because of their high strength and lightweight nature. This machinability study imparts a significant potential to improve the dimensional accuracy and productivity for aerospace applications.

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Why is it important?

The industry is looking forward to technological advancements for productivity improvement, and this can be achieved by improving the machining performance concerned with the machinability challenges. This machinability study imparts a significant potential to improve the dimensional accuracy and productivity for aerospace applications.

Perspectives

As someone working at the crossroads of Advanced manufacturing, Aerospace Engineering & Aviation, Environmental & Sustainable Engineering, Project Management, Advanced Manufacturing, Digital & Industrial Design. I am naturally drawn to data-led approaches to inform difficult real-world decisions. I firmly believe that we can, and should, extract the information we need to benefit society from the big and small data that the world generates. At the Northwestern Polytechnical University, we are pioneering the research, development, and application of next-generation automobile and aerospace.

Mr. Abual Hassan
Politechnika Gdanska

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This page is a summary of: Machinability investigation in electric discharge machining of carbon fiber reinforced composites for aerospace applications, Polymer Composites, July 2022, Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/pc.26878.
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