A small sampling of topics: three dimensional highway real-time visual system design and application; optimal size of China's fiscal expenditure and policy evaluation (1978-2006); analysis of flowing characteristics of abrasive flow machining in silt; and a novel hyperchaotic system and its circuit implementation.
What does AFM stand for?
AFM stands for Abrasive Flow Machining
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- Aggie Figures Learning Test
- Association Française de Lutte contre les Thalassémies et les Hémoglobinémopathies
- Arkansas Foreign Language Teachers Association
- Association Free Lutheran Theological Seminary (est. 1964; Plymouth, MN)
- Authorized for Local Use
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- Australian Football League Women's Competition
- Arena Football League Writers Association
- Abounding Faith Ministries (UK)
- Academy of Family Mediators (est. 1981; Eugene, OR)
- Accounting Financial Management
- Accredited Farm Manager (American Society of Farm Managers & Rural Appraisers, ASFMRA)
- Active Filter Media (Dryden Aqua Ltd.; UK and France)
- Active Fuel Management (vehicles)
- Actuated Folding Mirror
- Acute Flaccid Myelitis (neurological illness)
- Adjudicator's Field Manual
- Administration and Financial Management (various organizations)
- Adobe Font Manager
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INTRODUCTION Within the concerns aiming at developing the non-traditional technologies, a highly efficient ecological procedure emergent nowadays is Abrasive Flow Machining (A.
Booth 4156 Specializes in deburring, polishing, and edge conditioning of metal workpieces via abrasive flow machining, electrolytic machining, and thermal energy method.
Its Abrasive Flow Machining (AFM) process automatically removes EDM recast and tool marks remaining after milling.
9 million program at Extrude Hone will extend understanding of the effects of abrasive flow machining on engine performance.
Automakers and the racing industry are the latest beneficiaries of abrasive flow machining (AFM), a process discovered over 35 years ago to deburr and finish complex internal passageways on critical aircraft hydraulic and fuel system components.
The variety of processes now used range from more advanced manufacturing processes such as rapid prototyping and abrasive flow machining to traditional machining, grinding, welding, drilling, and tapping processes that have been fine-tuned to the precision needs of the medical industry.
But for manufacturers with specialized surface-finishing needs, such as ultrasmooth finishes, precision radius generation, or absolute burr removal, we believe abrasive flow machining provides a high-precision product-finishing method with good repeatability and flexibility to adapt to changing technologies and manufacturing processes.