IJAT Most Downloaded Papers, May 2015

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No.1 - Vol.6
Cutting Path Design to Minimize Workpiece Displacement at Cutting Point: Milling of Thin-Walled Parts
Yusuke Koike, Atsushi Matsubara, Shinji Nishiwaki, Kazuhiro Izui, and Iwao Yamaji
optimization, cutting path, workpiece displacement,compliance, FEM
No.2 - Vol.9
Towards Decentralized Production: A Novel Method to Identify Flexibility Potentials in Production Sequences Based on Flexibility Graphs
Lennart Bochmann, Lars Gehrke, Adrian Böckenkamp, Frank Weichert, Rainer Albersmann, Christian Prasse, Christoph Mertens, Marco Motta, and Konrad Wegener
decentralized production, flexibility potentials, modeling of flexibility graphs, volume cycle, Industry 4.0
No.3 - Vol.9
An EOQ Model for Reuse and Recycling Considering the Balance of Supply and Demand
Tomomi Nonaka and Nobutada Fujii
EOQ model, marginal reuse rate, reverse logistics, sustainable manufacturing, life cycle engineering
No.4 - Vol.5
Improvement of Human Tracking in Stereoscopic Environment Using Subtraction Stereo with Shadow Detection
Kenji Terabayashi, Yuma Hoshikawa, Alessandro Moro, and Kazunori Umeda
subtraction stereo, human tracking, stereoscopic environment, shadow detection
No.4 - Vol.9
A Method for Using a Virtual Machining Simulation to Consider Both Equivalent CO2 Emissions and Machining Costs in Determining Cutting Conditions
Hirohisa Narita
activity-based model, equivalent CO2 emissions, machining costs, cutting conditions
No.4 - Vol.9
FEM-Based Simulation for Workpiece Deformation in Thin-Wall Milling
Jun Wang, Soichi Ibaraki, Atsushi Matsubara, Kosuke Shida, and Takayuki Yamada
deformation, thin wall, milling, rib
No.4 - Vol.9
Performance of High-Speed Precision Air-Bearing Spindle with Active Aerodynamic Bearing
Hiroshi Mizumoto, Yoichi Tazoe, Tomohiro Hirose, and Katsuhiko Atoji
active control, aerostatic bearing, aerodynamic bearing, machine tool, piezoelectric actuator

Count period : May 1-31, 2015

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