Peter Krajnik

Professor at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Materials and manufacture

Peter Krajnik is a graduate in mechanical engineering at the University of Ljubljana, where he habilitated after completing his B.Sc. (2001) and Ph.D. (2007) degrees. During his graduate studies, he was a visiting researcher at the Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University. In 2009 he joined KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow. He also spent time working in the automotive industry - developing advanced technologies for powertrain production at Scania CV AB (Volkswagen Group), before joining Chalmers University of Technology at which he is now professor of manufacturing technology.

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Showing 21 publications

2019

Microstructural variations in 316L austenitic stainless steel and their influence on tool wear in machining

Philipp Hoier, Amir Malakizadi, Sven Friebe et al
Wear. Vol. 428–429, p. 315-327
Journal article
2019

Characterization of abrasion- and dissolution-induced tool wear in machining

Philipp Hoier, Amir Malakizadi, Uta Klement et al
Wear. Vol. 426-427, p. 1548-1562
Journal article
2019

Magnesium alloy-silicon carbide composite fabrication using chips waste

A. Asgari, M. Sedighi, Peter Krajnik
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 232, p. 1187-1194
Journal article
2019

Cooling capability of liquid nitrogen and carbon dioxide in cryogenic milling

Franci Pusavec, Damir Grguraš, Matthias Koch et al
CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology. Vol. 68 (1), p. 73-76
Journal article
2018

Effect of cryogenic cooling and tool wear on surface integrity of turned Ti-6Al-4V

Simon Isakson, Ibrahim Sadik, Amir Malakizadi et al
Procedia CIRP. Vol. 71, p. 254-259
Paper in proceedings
2018

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FLANK WEAR CHARACTERISTICS WHEN TURNING 20MNCRS5 CASE HARDENING STEEL AND ALLOY 718 SUPERALLOY

Philipp Hoier, Amir Malakizadi, Peter Krajnik et al
Conference contribution
2018

Finishing

Peter Krajnik, Fukuo Hashimoto
CIRP Encyclopedia of Production Engineering, p. 1-9
Book chapter
2018

Effects of workpiece microstructure, mechanical properties and machining conditions on tool wear when milling compacted graphite iron

Amir Malakizadi, Rohollah Ghasemi, Carsten Behring et al
Wear. Vol. 410, p. 190-201
Journal article
2018

Temperature-based method for determination of feed increments in crankshaft grinding

Drazumeric Radovan, Roope Roininen, Jeffrey Badger et al
Journal of Materials Processing Technology. Vol. 259, p. 228-234
Journal article
2018

The effect of dressing parameters on micro-grinding of titanium alloy

Mohammadali Kadivar, B. Azarhoushang, S. Shamray et al
Precision Engineering. Vol. 51, p. 176-185
Journal article
2018

Study of flank wear topography and surface-deformation of cemented carbide tools after turning Alloy 718

Philipp Hoier, Amir Malakizadi, Peter Krajnik et al
Procedia CIRP. Vol. 77, p. 537-540
Journal article
2018

Truing of diamond wheels - Geometry, kinematics and removal mechanisms

Drazumeric Radovan, Jeffrey Badger, Uta Klement et al
CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology. Vol. 67 (1), p. 345-348
Journal article
2017

Recent developments in grinding machines

Konrad Wegener, Friedrich Bleicher, Peter Krajnik et al
CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology. Vol. 66 (2), p. 779-802
Journal article
2017

Wheel lift-off in creep-feed grinding: thermal damage, power surge, chip thickness and optimisation

R. Drazumeric, J. Badger, Peter Krajnik
International Journal of Abrasive Technology. Vol. 8 (2), p. 97 - 120
Journal article
2017

The use of computational fluid dynamics in the analysis of fluid flow and thermal aspects in grinding

Stefan Mihic, R. Drazumeric, Franci Pusavec et al
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture. Vol. 231 (12), p. 2103-2111
Journal article
2017

Superabrasive applications in grinding of crankshafts: a review

Nastja Macerol, Luiz Franca, Wayne Leahy et al
20th International Symposium on Advances in Abrasive Technology, ISAAT 2017; Okinawa; Japan
Paper in proceedings
2016

Cryogenic machining and cooling capabilities when applying liquefied nitrogen to the machining zone

Franci Pusavec, Peter Krajnik, Janez Kopac
19th International Symposium on Advances in Abrasive Technology, ISAAT 2016; Stockholm; Sweden, p. 257-263
Paper in proceedings
2016

Power monitoring, Fourier transforms of power, and electron microscopy in evaluating the performance of abrasives in grinding

J. Badger, R. Drazumeric, Peter Krajnik
International Journal of Abrasive Technology. Vol. 7 (4), p. 270-283
Journal article
2016

Abrasive fine-finishing technology

F. Hashimoto, H. Yamaguchi, Peter Krajnik et al
CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology. Vol. 65 (2), p. 597-620
Journal article
2016

Grinding of cermets with cup-wheels

J. Badger, R. Drazumeric, Peter Krajnik
Materials Science Forum. Vol. 874, p. 115-123
Paper in proceedings
2016

High-performance industrial grinding: recent advances and case studies from the automotive engine production

Peter Krajnik, Drazumeric Radovan, J. Badger et al
19th International Symposium on Advances in Abrasive Technology, ISAAT 2016; Stockholm; Sweden, p. 1-13
Paper in proceedings

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Showing 4 research projects

2017–2020

Sustainable manufacturing through processing with cryogen technology (SUSTAIN-CRYO)

Peter Krajnik Materials and manufacture
VINNOVA

2017–2020

Grindability of recycled steel: automotive crankshafts

Peter Krajnik Materials and manufacture
Uta Klement Materials and manufacture
VINNOVA

2017–2018

A framework for the physics-based estimation of tool wear in machining process

Peter Krajnik Materials and manufacture
VINNOVA

2016–2016

Deep Hole Drilling

Peter Krajnik Manufacturing Technology
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft Zur

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