Advances in Abrasive Technology VIII

Volumes 291-292

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: D.J. Stephenson

Abstract: The current application of fluids in grinding processes is discussed, the issues related to the use of both mineral oil and water based...

Authors: Andrey A. Toropov, S.L. Ko, Byoung Kee Kim

Abstract: The paper represents an experimental study of the burr formation mechanism in feed direction. The influence of tool angles and workpiece...

Authors: Jung Il Park, S.L. Ko, Y.H. Hanh, Yuri M. Baron

Abstract: Micro burrs formed in micro parts are not subject to be removed by the conventional deburring method for marco parts. Magnetic abrasive...

Authors: Kazushi Minaki, Koichi Kitajima, K. Minaki, Moriyasu Izawa, Katsuji Tosha

Abstract: Recently, wet blasting is generally used such as liquid honing and water jet machining in surface before plating of stainless steel. The...

Authors: Ken Ichi Ishikawa, Hitoshi Suwabe, Y. Tutae
Authors: Jian Cheng Fang, Wen Ji Xu, Zhi Yu Zhao, H.Y. Li

Abstract: In order to find a solution to the problem of inefficiency in magnetic abrasive finishing (MAF), electrochemical finishing (ECF) has been...

Authors: Yan Hua Zou, Takeo Shinmura

Abstract: This paper examines a new magnetic field assisted machining process using a magnetic machining jig. By using this process, a high efficiency...

Authors: T. Saito, K. Koike, H. Yamato, A. Kuwana, A. Suzuki, H. Yamaguchi, Takeo Shinmura

Abstract: The deficiency in the variety of available magnetic abrasive results in a narrow range of finishing performance. To break through this...

Authors: Yuri M. Baron, S.L. Ko, Jung Il Park

Abstract: This paper analyzes the effectiveness of using Magnetic Abrasive Finishing (MAF) to remove burrs on drilled holes located on planes. Basic...

Authors: Yuri M. Baron, S.L. Ko, Jung Il Park

Abstract: In this paper, the new technique involving comparison and optimization of conditions for Magnetic Abrasive Finishing (MAF) is suggested,...


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