Cover layout copyright of VDI 1st European Conference on Grinding
English edition

Aachen, 6-7 November 2003 editors Dr. er,nat.K.Werner
Prof. Dr.-Ing F. Klocke
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil.E. Brinsksmeier
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The 1st European Conference on Grinding, which continues the tradition of Grinding Colloquia held between 1997 and 200 at Aachen and Bremen universities, is an exchange of experiences between industry and academia bringing together experts from across Europe.

The following technical papers point to the potentials, perspectives and futures for grinding and the improved competitiveness of European manufacturers. Presentations covered not only recent research, but provided excellent summaries of state-of-the-art techniques and products. Available as bound proceedings only; individual papers are not available. Summaries of individual papers are available.

Process relations and machine requirements on S-stroke-grinding of turbine materials P. Oppelt, Blohm Maschinenbau GmbH

Combination-/ simultaneous-machining: Hard-turning, grinding and hard-roller-burnishing Dr. N Mue1er, DaunlerChrysler AG

Stability behaviour of grinding processes - Interaction of machine and process Prof M Weck, WZL RWTH Aachen

Concepts of machine tools and control systems for the optimisation of grinding process Dr. F Fiebelkorn, Fritz Studer AG


Hardness influencing effects in grinding wheels Dr. R. Stabenow, Hermes Schleifmittel GmbH & Co.

Truing and dressing of vitrified bonded diamond grinding wheels Dr. Th. Ardelt, St. Gobain Diamantwerkzeuge GmbH & Co. KG

Service expertise - The tool for the future Dr. R. Lackner, Tyrolit Schleifinittehverke Swarovski KG; C Ray, Tyrolit UK Ltd.

Modelling and simulation in grinding Prof F. Klocke, WZL WTH Aachen


Modern grinding fluids - Can highly sophisticated base stocks improve significantly grinding performance? Dr. D. Hbrner, Fuchs Petrolub AG

Centerless grinding with cBN - Highly efficient and stable? D. Friedrich,WZL RWTH Aachen

CD-grinding with increased cutting speeds Dr. E. Minke, Bremen University

Intranet based systems for grinding cycle optimisation Prof P Shore, Cranfield University

Physical basics in grinding technologyProf J. Stephenson, Cranfield University


Virtual tool-grinding/ long distance process monitoring as procedure for a rising productivity in tool-grinding H Hdckh, Walter A G; Dr. J. Muckli, Walter Dittel GmbH,- Dr. Th. Ardelt, St. Gobain Diamantwerkzeuge GmbH & Co. KG

Influence of process design on residual grinding stresses Prof E. Brinksmeier, Bremen University


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