Papers by Author: Xiao Jun Lin

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Authors: Chen Wei Shan, Xiao Jun Lin, Dong Peng Cui, Ying Zhao
Abstract: Nowadays, composite material is more and more popular mainly because of its low density and high strength. This paper focuses on experimental research of coarse milling process of carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composite (C/C composite) in low spindle speed and large milling depth. The milling force prediction model for milling of composite using the end milling cutter is built by orthogonal experiment. Experiment test shows that the results predicted by the proposed model are in well agreement with measured ones and the milling force increases with the increment of feed per tooth, milling depth and milling width, and the effect of milling speed on milling force is not very obvious. In addition, machining accuracy and quality of machined surface is difficult to satisfactory, because of the existence of the substrate lacunas and carbon fibers in C/C composite, by using the existing ordinary material surface integrity evaluation method.
Authors: Ji Hao Duan, Yao Yao Shi, Xiao Jun Lin, Ting Dong
Abstract: The blade and blisk manufacturing includes polishing process when the surface roughness and size requirement of profile are disqualified after milling process. This polishing process is mainly carried out manually by skilled workers or NC machines. However, the existing polishing technology always leads to surface quality instability and inconsistency because of the complex free-form surface of blade and blisk. Therefore, in this paper, based on the research of polishing requirements and methods of blade and blisk, an automatic 6-axis polishing machine was proposed in order to enhance surface quality. And then, a polishing mechanism was designed using flexible technique to make the polishing tool accommodate surface waviness which was produced in milling process. In addition, the working principle and control method of flexible polishing mechanism were studied. Finally, the polishing test results of blade and blisk showed that the profile error was about 0.06mm and the surface roughness was less than Ra0.4 after automatic polishing. Compared with the manual polishing process, the automatic polishing technology not only increased the polishing efficiency and quality stability, but also reduced labor intensity largely.
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