Modeling and Experiment of Pulse Electrochemical Deburring on Inclined Exit Surface of Drilling Hole
In this paper the characteristics of pulse electrochemical deburring (PECD) is analyzed through a developed mathematical model and main influencing factors such as applied voltage, pulse duty factor, deburring time, initial burr height and initial interelectrode gap on burr height have been analyzed. The paper also highlights the scheme of the developed PECD system designed to operate within the parametric limits. The calculated results obtained from the mathematical model are found to be approximately consistent with the experimental results. The results show that initial burr height h0=0.057mm is removed, and the fillet radius R=0.248mm is obtained. The present paper through various parametric studies will act as a guideline for the operation of a PECD system.
Liangchi Zhang, Chunliang Zhang and Zichen Chen
N. Ma et al., "Modeling and Experiment of Pulse Electrochemical Deburring on Inclined Exit Surface of Drilling Hole", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 328-330, pp. 502-506, 2011