Browsing CoA. Memos: Manufacturing and Production (1963-1965) by Publication Date

Browsing CoA. Memos: Manufacturing and Production (1963-1965) by Publication Date

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  • Foot, R. M.; Boardman, G. E. T.; Dailey, B. R.; Baller, E. G. A.; Noble, C. F. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-05)
    The effect of various parameters on the performance of the band saw when cutting mild steel-with a 10 t.p.i. raker-set blade were established over a limited range. These are discussed fully in the ‘conclusions'. With ...
  • Noble, C. F. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-05)
    A method is given for estimating the charge size for the explosive forming of sheet metal components. The method is applied to a number of relatively simple shapes and good agreement is shown with experimental results.
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1964-06)
    Tools of TO 3)48/ RD60, RD61, RD62, RD63 and Standard were tested to 0.030 in. flankwear when machining EN 9 at 600 fpm with 0.010 in/rev. feed and 0.10 in. depth of cut. The results showed that while no one grade was ...
  • Scarr, A. J. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-06)
    Introduction The calculations involved in determining the flatness of a surface table from measurements made with instruments such as a block level or auto collimator can be lengthy, particularly where a large number ...
  • Beavis, D.; Strank, R. H. D.; Leamon, T. B. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-07)
    Summary System synthesis and analysis procedures were used to arrive at various conclusions about separation of functions, allocation of functions and, interface designs in a power station.
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1964-08)
    The project was designed to familiarise the group with the use of system design techniques. The objective was to synthesis a system which would be suitable for providing training flights for students at The College of ...
  • Andrew, I. D. C.; Ferguson, I.; Talbot, R. J. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-08)
    Two experiments were carried out using five subjects to compare performance using standard and flush fitting rotary controls for electronic equipment. It vas found that the flush knob could be rotated more quickly through ...
  • Oxley, P. L. B.; Welsh, M. J. M. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-08)
    An analysis is presented of the stresses in a carbide die-steel bolster combination. Results from a computer treatment of this analysis are given in tabular and graphical form. Suggestions are made as to the choice of ...
  • Beevis, D.; Leamon, T. B.; Lovesey, E. J.; Neale, J. G.; Strank, R. H. D. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-08)
    A linear display of lights and a mimic diagram arrangement of switches are suggested for the proposed high pressure shock tube control panel to enable the operator to follow a safe and reliable operating procedure.
  • Healey, M. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-08)
    Hydraulic Test Rig The rig comprises a grinding wheel head spindle driven by a motor and carrying an inertia load made up of detachable steel discs. On the opposite end of• the shaft to the motor is mounted a radial ...
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1964-08)
    Summary Tools of SIP, RD107 and RD110 were tested at 300, 420 and 600 fpm cutting speed with .10 in depth of cut and .010 in/rev feed on EN9 to .030 in flankwear in order to find the constants in the expression VTn = ...
  • Oxley, P. L. B. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-09)
    Introduction A number of equations have been derived for predicting the shear angle (0 in Fig. 1) in orthogonal metal cutting. The best known of these is due to Merchant (1) who by assuming that the value of shear angle ...
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1964-12)
    SUMMARY A batch of 232 Rammer Butt Stems were machined at P. and V. (Mining and Engineering) Ltd., with alternate tips of SIT and RD 107. The results showed that under the same cutting conditions the RD107 gave more ...
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1965-01)
    Tools of grade S1P„ RD1O7 and RD11O with radiused cutting edges were tested to failure cutting slotted bars of EN9 at 600 f.p.m., 0.010 in/rev. feed and 0.10 in depth of cut. The results showed that there was a reduction in ...
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1965-02)
    Tests were carried out with tools of grade S1P„ RD1841 RD110 and RD176 at 600 fpm cutting speed, 0.010 in/rev. feed and 0.10 in. depth of cut machining EN9 to determine their relative resistance to crater wear. The ...
  • Andrew, I. D. C.; Ferguson, I.; Simonds, G. R. W. (College of Aeronautics, 1965-02)
    Using the Systems Design Procedure developed at Cranfield, an appraisal of the Sciaky Welding Equipment has been carried out. In particular, the interface on the electronic control cabinet has been redesigned, five ...
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1965-05)
    1. Introduction This project was carried out for the Texas Instrument Company of Bedford/ by members of the Ergonomics/ Operational Research and Management sections at Cranfield. Texas Instruments wanted to increase ...
  • Students of The College of Aeronautics (College of Aeronautics, 1965-05)
    The polishing and lapping of silicon discs at Texas Instruments Ltd. was investigated by a team of students from Cranfield as a project for the Spring Term, January/March 1965. CAD Unfortunately, the process was not ...
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1965-06)
    Summary This report outlines a proposed information flow system, capable of giving Management the information necessary to effectively control the Production Organisation of Barretts shoe factory in Northampton. The ...
  • Enahoro, H. E.; Oxley, P. L. B. (College of Aeronautics, 1965-07)
    In recent papers it has been suggested that over part of the toolchip contact zone the chip does not slide but sticks to the tool, chip flow taking place by shear within the body of the chip. Sticking contact is ...

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