Papers by Author: Cheng Yong Wang

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Authors: L.J. Zheng, Cheng Yong Wang, Yue Xian Song, L.P. Yang, Y.P. Qu, Ping Ma, L.Y. Fu
Abstract: Drilling is a particularly complicated machining process, and it becomes much more complicated when the workpiece is printed circuit boards (PCBs). PCB is composite materials with anisotropy. Even a small defect in PCB may cause great losses. Both the drilling process and PCB structure design have been researched by many scholars. But the investigations into the drilling processes of PCB are not systematic. The present review article address the report about tool materials and geometrics, cutting force, cutting temperature, radial run-out and damages occurring in drilling processes. And as a conclusion, some of these critical issues are proposed to meet the challenges in analysis and optimization for PCB drilling.
Authors: You Rong Duan, Cheng Yong Wang, Ji Yong Chen, Xing Dong Zhang
Authors: Wu Sheng Luo, Cheng Yong Wang, Jun Wang, Yue Xian Song
Abstract: Abrasive jets can be used for polishing when fine slurry is used. This paper presents a model for the jet formation process, CFD simulations are carried out for the prediction of flow pattern in a nozzle with abrasive suspension slurry jets using the discrete phase model. The CFD model aids in understanding the process because of the difficulties in performing the direct measurement of the jet axial velocity and radial velocity, the model simulates the different pressure premixed slurry pass through the pipeline and the focus tube to the atmosphere. The model is able to predict the orifice efficiency and the cross sectional profiles of the jet velocity after the nozzle, the modeled results are in good agreement with both experimental and analytical data. The simulation model can be useful in studying the overall slurry jet process and for the optimization of the slurry jet parameters.
Authors: Cheng Yong Wang, Zhe Qin, Xin Wei, Yun Xia Wu
Authors: Qiu Lin Niu, Qing Long An, Ming Chen, Gang Liu, Cheng Yong Wang
Abstract: The cryogenic treatment is an extension of the cold processing technology by which the material properties could be changed. This provides a new method for people to improving the performance of the cutting tools and prolonging the tool life. The micro-structure of two unknown types of carbide reamers after different cryogenic treatment was introduced in this paper. From the metallographic microstructure, SEM microstructure, EDS spectrum analysis and the hardness measurement, the detailed analysis on the microstructure of the reamers (1# and 2#) was provided in this paper. The results show that the matrix materials of the two reamers were the WC-Co cemented carbide, and they were the ultra-fine grain carbide (<500nm); 2# reamer belonged to the high Co cemented carbide reamer. By the cryogenic treatment, the hardness of two reamers has increased. And the value of the hardness for 1# reamer was higher than that for 2#.
Authors: Hai Feng Zhang, Cheng Yong Wang, Wen Hui Duan, R.C. Fang
Authors: Wu Sheng Luo, Cheng Yong Wang, Yue Xian Song, Yan Pei Liao
Abstract: We compared the characteristics and polishing effect of abrasive suspension slurry jets with and without high polymer added. Results show that adding high polymer to the slurry jet leads to more concentrated jet beam and, consequently, surface roughness in the jet polished region is approximately equal and the interface between polished and unpolished regions is narrowed. We also examined the surface forming process polishing with slurry jet added with high polymer, and then proposed a polishing model of the process.
Authors: Dong Hai Yu, Hao Wang, Cheng Yong Wang, Yao Hui Yuan, Feng Ding
Abstract: In this paper, the chip morphologies and sizes of hardened PM steel S790 (68 HRC) using four types coated end mills (TiAlN TiCrAlN TiSiN and TiAlSiN) under different cutting parameters in dry milling condition were studied. During the process of high speed milling hardened steel S790, the chip morphologies change from continuous strip to sawtooth with the increase of cutting speeds. When cutting speed reaches 100 m/min, obvious shear slip occoured on the top surface of the chips, which are formed by multilayer metal unit piled by shear slip plane segmentation. The bottom of the chips, which squeeze and slid with rake face of end mills, show shiny smooth surface. TiAlSiN and TiSiN coatings are more suitable for high speed milling than TiAlN and TiCrAlN coatings. With the increase of cutting parameters such as cutting speed, feed rate and axial cutting depth, the chips morphology of S790 change from continuous strips to trapezoidal and triangle sawtooth, and the chips trend easy separation.
Authors: Li Zhou, Cheng Yong Wang, Xiao Jun Wang, Zhe Qin
Abstract: Cutting tools suffer severe abrasive friction and wear in high speed milling of graphite. Cutting forces were measured and analyzed using time-frequency analysis method to reveal the correlation between cutting force variations and tool wear evolution. The static and dynamic force components increased prominently with tool wear. The cutting force Fy was found the most sensitive to the tool wear evolution. The waveform of cutting force became periodic and irregular with the increase of tool wear. Good correlation was found between the first force harmonic and tool wear.
Authors: Y.M. Zhou, Cheng Yong Wang, Q.Y. Yang, Y.X. Song
Abstract: Plunge milling is used to remove excessive material rapidly in roughing machining. The cutter feed in the direction of machine spindle which has the highest structural rigidity. Through the single factor experiment of plunge milling a P20 die steel, this paper investigates the influence of side step, forward step, cutting speed, feed per tooth on cutting force. On this basis, the principles of optimization of interpolation milling parameters are proposed. This guidance of mold production practice has significant reference value.
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