Advances in Abrasive Technology XIV

Volume 325

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Ekkard Brinksmeier, J. Eckebrecht, A. Wilkens

Abstract: The chip removal process in grinding is characterized by intensive friction and plastic deformation leading to the risk of thermal damage of...

Authors: Inigo Pombo, Jose Antonio Sánchez, N. Ortega, B. Izquierdo, S. Plaza

Abstract: Temperature measurement in grinding has been a widely analyzed field in the study of the process. Temperatures in grinding are too difficult...

Authors: Bei Zhi Li, Da Hu Zhu, Zhen Xin Zhou, Qiang Zhang, Yi Chu Yuan

Abstract: The temperature in cylindrical grinding contact zone is difficult for measurement. Relative to the fixed workpiece in surface grinding, the...

Authors: Bei Zhi Li, Da Hu Zhu, Zhen Xin Zhou, Jing Zhu Pang, Jian Guo Yang

Abstract: The surface quality of workpiece depends largely on workpiece surface temperature in grinding. The key parameters on workpiece surface...

Authors: Thai Nguyen, Liang Chi Zhang, Da Le Sun

Abstract: A three-dimensional finite element heat transfer model incorporating a moving heat source was developed to investigate the heat transfer...

Authors: Han Huang

Abstract: The machining of thin film multilayered solar panels is facing a great challenge in industry due to the low machining efficiency, and a...

Authors: Jan C. Aurich, M. Steffes

Abstract: This paper presents an overview of kinematic simulations in grinding. Up to now the simulations are carried out under the assumption of an...

Authors: Takazo Yamada, Michael N. Morgan, Hwa Soo Lee, Kohichi Miura

Abstract: It is considered that the contact stiffness between the grinding wheel and the workpiece depends on the number of the abrasive grains in...

Authors: Haruhisa Sakamoto, Kyoko Nakamura, Yoshinori Sasaki, Shinji Shimizu

Abstract: In this study, the determination method of the number of the effective cutting-edges had been proposed based on the measurements of working...


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