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Paper accepted

The following paper has been accepted for publication in The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology:

E. van Wijk, D.F. James, M. Papini, J.K. Spelt. “Micro-machining with Abrasive Slurry-Jets: Effects of Dissolved Polymer Concentration and Nozzle Design.”

Paper accepted

The following paper has been accepted for publication in The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology:
“Jet properties and mixing chamber flow in a high-pressure abrasive slurry jet: Part II- Machining rates and CFD modeling”
by M. Teti, JK Spelt, and M. Papini

paper accepted

The following paper has been accepted for publication in the Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials:

C. Mehrvar, P. Kuzyk, J. Shamlou, O. Safir, P. Zalzal, A. Alhalawani, M. Towler, M. Papini,
Novel adhesives for distal radius fixation: A biomechanical analysis

Papers accepted

The following papers have been accepted for publication:

Naser Haghbin, Ariana Khakpour, Jeff Schwartzentruber, Marcello Papini, Measurement of abrasive particle velocity and size distribution in high pressure abrasive slurry and water micro-jets using a modified dual disc anemometer, Journal of Materials Processing Technology.

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V. Hadavi, N.H. Arani, and M. Papini, Numerical and experimental investigations of particle embedment during the incubation period in the solid particle erosion of ductile materials, Tribology International.

Paper accepted

The following paper has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology:
Jet properties and mixing-chamber flow in a high-pressure abrasive slurry jet: Part I- Measurement of jet and chamber conditions

by M. Teti, J.K. Spelt, and M. Papini

Paper accepted

The following paper has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture:

J. Schwartzentruber, J.K. Spelt, and M. Papini, Modelling of Delamination due to Hydraulic Shock when Piercing Anisotropic Carbon-Fiber Laminates using an Abrasive Waterjet