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Production and Economic Consequences When Machining Glass Ceramic
Assistant professor of industrial engineering, Cleveland State University, ClevelandOhio,
Professor and dean of engineering and architecture, North Dakota State University, Fargo, N. Dak.
Professor of engineering, Div. of Engineering, Brown University, Providence, R. I.
Experimental data was obtained characterizing the machinability behavior of glass ceramic material (K2O-MgF2-MgO-SiO2). To determine how this material can be processed under production conditions an economic model was developed using Taylor's equations. A machining parameter was ultimately established with a minimum cost per unit while achieving a maximum production rate.
machinability, devitrified glass, brittleness, optimization, quaternary system, dynamic programming, production, economics, suboptimization, rate of return
Paper ID: JTE10192J
Title Production and Economic Consequences When Machining Glass Ceramic
Symposium , 0000-00-00
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