Paper Title:
Study on Removal Mechanism of Nanoparticle Colloid Jet Machining
  Abstract

We developed a nanoparticle colloid jet machining to fulfill the requirement for ultrasmooth surface in terms of the studying on micro structure of work surface, the high surface energy and intense adsorption of SiO2 nanoparticle. In this paper, three types impact in nanoparticle colloid jet machining have been analysed and the atom removing model has been founded based on the physical chemistry theory of solid surface and interface. The factors which may influence the nanoparticle colloid jet machining quality (such as the diameter of nanoparticle, colloid jet velocity and dynamical viscidity) have been studied to provide theoretical support for further studying in nanoparticle colloid jet machining.

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Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 53-54)
Edited by
Shengqiang Yang, Shichun Yang and Hang Gao
Pages
363-368
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.53-54.363
Citation
X. Z. Song, Y. Zhang, F. H. Zhang, "Study on Removal Mechanism of Nanoparticle Colloid Jet Machining", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 53-54, pp. 363-368, 2008
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July 2008
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