J. E. Stahl

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2016

Residual stress analysis of machined lead-free and lead-containing brasses

Eric Tam, F. Schultheiss, J. E. Stahl et al
Materials Science and Technology. Vol. 32 (17), p. 1789-1793
Journal article
2016

Machinability of CuZn21Si3P brass

F. Schultheiss, D. Johansson, M. Linde et al
Materials Science and Technology. Vol. 32 (17), p. 1744-1750
Journal article
2013

The influence of microstructure and mechanical properties on the machinability of martensitic and bainitic prehardened mould steels

Seyyed Mohammad Hamed Hoseiny, Berne Högman, Hans-Olof Andrén et al
International Journal of Materials Research. Vol. 104 (8), p. 748-761
Journal article
2011

Analytical and experimental determination of the Ra surface roughness during turning

J. E. Stahl, F. Schultheiss, S. Hägglund
Procedia Engineering (1st CIRP Conference on Surface Integrity, CSI 2012; Bremen; 30 January 2012 through 1 February 2012; Code 87787). Vol. 19, p. 349-356
Paper in proceedings
2011

Evaluating the Machinability of Inconel 718 Using Polar Diagrams

Pajazit Avdovic, L. H. Xu, M. Andersson et al
Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power. Vol. 133 (7)
Journal article
2011

Methodology for evaluating effectd of material characteristics on machinability - theory and statistics-based modelling applied on alloy 718

Stefan Olovsjö, Peter Hammersberg, Pajazit Avdovic et al
International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology. Vol. 59 (1-4), p. 55-66
Journal article
2010

Evaluating the machinability of Inconel 718 using polar diagrams

Pajazit Avdovic, L. H. Xu, Mats Andersson et al
Proceedings of the ASME Turbo Expo 2010: Power for Land, Sea, and Air, GT 2010, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 14-18 June 2010, p. 987-996
Paper in proceedings

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