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Irati Sanchez

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Research Summary

The aim of my research is to analyse the interaction of the waterjet and the aerospace materials in order to study the mechanism of their removal process. The waterjet technology takes advantage of… read more

Current Research

The aim of my research is to analyse the interaction of the waterjet and the aerospace materials in order to study the mechanism of their removal process. The waterjet technology takes advantage of the kinematic energy of the water at high pressure for the material removal process.

Machining of the aerospace materials with waterjet will bring the advantage of high material removal rate and low surface damage, which could contribute to the safety and long lasting of the aeroengines in a more efficient and economical way.

Machining and Condition Monitoring

Faculty of Engineering
Jubilee Campus
Nottingham, NG8 1BB

email: mcm@nottingham.ac.uk