Progress in Abrasive and Grinding Technology

Volume 404

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.404

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Authors: Berend Denkena, Luis de Leon, B. Wang, Dennis Hahmann

Abstract: Harder workpiece materials and increased efficiency requirements for grinding processes make the use of super abrasive grinding wheels...

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Authors: Han Huang

Abstract: In this paper, the characteristics of high speed grinding of advanced ceramics, including alumina, alumina-titania, zirconia, silicon...

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Authors: Wei Long Cong, Peng Fei Zhang, Zhi Jian Pei

Abstract: Lapping is an important material-removal process for manufacturing of substrate wafers. Objectives of lapping include removing subsurface...

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Authors: Jun Wang

Abstract: Increasing the performance of the abrasive waterjet (AWJ) cutting technology for engineering materials is the ultimate aim of research in...

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Authors: Mustafizur Rahman, A. Senthil Kumar, I. Biswas

Abstract: ELID Grinding, since its introduction over two decades ago, has helped in material removal of hard and difficult-to-cut engineering...

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Authors: Michael N. Morgan, V. Baines-Jones

Abstract: The delivery of grinding fluid to the contact zone is generally achieved via a nozzle. The nozzle geometry influences the fluid velocity...

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Authors: H. Kasuga, Hitoshi Ohmori, Y. Watanabe, T. Mishima

Abstract: Progress of new dental materials such as biocompatible metal, ceramics is being accelerated because of aging society and sophistication of...

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Authors: Junichi Tamaki, Akihiko Kubo

Abstract: The effect of cutting-edge truncation on the grinding mechanism of quartz glass as a hard and brittle material was investigated. From...

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Authors: Y. Chen, Liang Chi Zhang

Abstract: This article reviews the state-of-the-art techniques for polishing diamond and polycrystalline diamond composites. A focus is on their...

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