MIN LAB wins NSF CAREER award (January 29, 2019)
The National Science Foundation awarded a grant to The University of Wisconsin – Madison for support of the project described in the proposal referenced below.This project, entitled “CAREER: Material Removal Mechanism of Ceramic Materials in Ultra-Precision Machining,” is under the direction of Prof. Sangkee Min.
- A Simplified Machine-Tool Power-Consumption Measurement Procedure and Methodology for Estimating Total Energy ConsumptionMachinability Study of Single-Crystal Sapphire in a Ball- End Milling Process
- From Design for Manufacturing (DFM) to Manufacturing for Design (MFD) via Hybrid Manufacturing and Smart Factory: A Review and Perspective of Paradigm Shift
- Development of an Energy Consumption Monitoring Procedure for Machine Tools
- Micro Cutting of Ferrous Materials Using Diamond Tool under Ionized Coolant with Carbon Particles