Surface Grinding Force Model of Steel 55 Based on Undeformed Chip Thickness with CBN Electroplated Wheels
Undeformed chip thickness is one of the most important parameters in grinding process, which is related to the entire abrasive grains in grinding simultaneously and changed periodically with time. Simplifying the geometric shape of abrasive grains ,the paper modifies the mathematic models of undeformed chip thickness by analytic method, establishes an universal calculation model of grinding force based on undeformed chip thickness, then optimizes the parameters of the model by restrictive random direction method according to the measuring experiments of the inter-grain spacing about CBN electroplated wheels and the grinding experiments of steel 55 during surface grinding, analyses the influence factors of the friction ratio on the grinding force. The results show that under the same grinding depth， both of the ratio and the grinding force will be decreased with the increase of velocity ratio VS/VW, but the ratio increases and the grinding force decreases with the increase of inter-grain spacing.
Zhengyi Jiang, Shanqing Li, Jianmin Zeng, Xiaoping Liao and Daoguo Yang
J. M. Wang et al., "Surface Grinding Force Model of Steel 55 Based on Undeformed Chip Thickness with CBN Electroplated Wheels", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 189-193, pp. 1768-1773, 2011