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IJAT Vol.9 No.6 pp. 714-719
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2015.p0714
(2015)

Paper:

Development of Technology for Creating Composite Materials of Machine Tool

Ikuo Tanabe

Nagaoka University of Technology
1603-1 Kamitomioka, Nagaoka, Niigata 940-2188, Japan

Received:
May 15, 2015
Accepted:
September 24, 2015
Published:
November 5, 2015
Keywords:
new materials, hybrid properties, multi functions
Abstract

A technology for creating new composite materials with hybrid properties desired by many designers was developed and evaluated. Young’s modulus, density, coefficient of linear expansion, specific heat and thermal conductivity were calculated through a newly developed software. This software has two functions which are (1) the selection of adequate materials and the calculation of their ratios to achieve specific desired properties in a new composite material (2) the calculation of resultant properties given that the component materials and their rations in a composite material are known. The new composite material for the tool post of a machine tool was manufactured and evaluated. It is concluded from the results that the technology was very effective and useful for development of a new composite material with several hybrid properties.

Cite this article as:
I. Tanabe, “Development of Technology for Creating Composite Materials of Machine Tool,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.9, No.6, pp. 714-719, 2015.
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