The Machined Surface Residual Stress of Nano-Ceramics with Two-Dimensional Ultrasonic Vibration Assisted Grinding
Surface plastic deformation form and residual stress distribution of nano-ceramics machined by ordinary grinding and two-dimensional ultrasonic grinding respectively were investigated. The obtained results show that machined surface residual stress in the two grinding modes is extrusion stress, and it decreased with the increasing of grinding depth. But the decrease of residual stress under two-dimensional ultrasonic grinding is less than that under normal grinding. In addition, under the same grinding parameters, the surface residual stress on two-dimensional ultrasonic vibration grinding is larger than that on ordinary grinding, and if other parameters unchanged, it is increased with the increase of wear particle granularity in the two grinding modes. It is produced by the reason that ductile regime of ceramic grinding become larger under ultrasonic grinding, so that material is still removed by plastic form at great depth. Plastic removal mode will produce greater surface extrusion stress, so with the increasing of grinding depth, the decreasing of residual stress under two-dimensional ultrasonic vibration grinding is less than that under the normal grinding. At the same time, the regular separating between wear particle and work piece improves the heat emission condition, which is also one of the reasons that the surface residual stress under two-dimensional ultrasonic grinding is larger than that under ordinary grinding.
Bo Zhao, Guanglin Wang, Wei Ma, Zhibo Yang and Yanyan Yan
X.Q. Zhang et al., "The Machined Surface Residual Stress of Nano-Ceramics with Two-Dimensional Ultrasonic Vibration Assisted Grinding", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 455, pp. 637-642, 2011