S.M. Wu Research Implementation Award

Prize: Prize/Award


The 2010 award recipients are recognized for their innovative research beginning in the early 1980s on the development of mechanistic simulation models for machining processes. These simulation models have commercially benefited industry by providing guidance in terms of product design and process planning, and in supporting the design of machine tool systems at both the conventional and microscales. This work was originally outlined in the paper "Analysis of Cutting Forces in Face Milling of High Silicon Casting Aluminum Alloys," which was introduced at the 10th North American Manufacturing Research Conference and published in the Transactions of NAMRI/SME 1982, Vol. 11.
Degree of recognitionNational/International
Granting OrganizationsSociety of Manufacturing Engineers