The Correlation and Spectrum Research on Cylindrical Surface Lapping Machined with Abrasive Jet Finishing Restricted by Grinding Wheel
With the correlation in stochastic process applied to the experimental results, the surface during grinding and further lapping with abrasive jet finishing (AJF) restricted by grinding wheel was investigated with respect to auto correlation function (ACF) , cross correlation function (CCF) and power spectral density (PSD) analysis. The results indicated that AJF made the surface contour formed periodicity in a small range and removed fluctuation of the surface contour in low frequency greatly. The average spacing of the surface contour decreased and the machined surfaces changed from continuous parallel micro-groove and plough to randomly distributed discontinuous micro-pit with the increase of machining circles. The surface texture became fine and surface roughness was obviously improved. Furthermore, the isotropy surface and uniformity veins both parallel and perpendicular machining direction was attained by the finishing process to improve greatly the wearable capability of the workpiece.
Tsunemoto Kuriyagawa, Libo Zhou, Jiwang Yan and Nobuhito Yoshihara
F. Liu et al., "The Correlation and Spectrum Research on Cylindrical Surface Lapping Machined with Abrasive Jet Finishing Restricted by Grinding Wheel", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 389-390, pp. 320-325, 2009