Markus Brumm, a RWTH graduate with a degree in mechanical engineering, began his career in 2005 as a research assistant in gear investigation at the Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of the RWTH Aachen. He subsequently became that group's team leader in 2010. (Bio last updated 2018-02-05 Contact Randy Stott, Managing Editor, with changes.)
Articles by Markus Brumm
- Cyber Physical Gear Production System: A Vision of Industry 4.0 Gear Production (January/February 2018)
This report describes Klingelnberg's vision of Industry 4.0 gear production.
- Process Model for Honing Larger Gears (November/December 2015)
Hard finishing technology, e.g. â€” honing â€” is used to manufacture high-performance gears. Gear honing is primarily used to hard finish small- and medium-sized automotive gears. And yet trials have shown that gears with a module larger than mn = 4 mm can also be honed efficiently, but problems often occur due to unstable process design. In this paper a model to improve the process design is described.
- Local Simulation of the Specific Material Removal Rate for Generating Gear Grinding (September/October 2015)
Generating gear grinding is one of the most important finishing processes for small and medium-sized gears, its process design often determined by practical knowledge. Therefore a manufacturing simulation with the capability to calculate key values for the process â€” such as the specific material removal rate â€” is developed here. Indeed, this paper presents first results of a model for a local analysis of the value. Additionally, an empirical formula â€” based on a multiple regression model for a global value describing the process â€” is provided.
- Quality and Surface of Gears Manufactured by Free-Form Milling with Standard Tools (January/February 2015)
The recently available capability for the free-form milling of gears of various gear types and sizes â€” all within one manufacturing system â€” is becoming increasingly recognized as a flexible machining process for gears.