Papers by Author: Hong Jun Xu

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Authors: X.J. Zhu, Hong Jun Xu, Yan Xia Gao, Zhi Meng Lu
Abstract: This paper introduces the new technology of ultrasonic vibration honing, and analyzes the cutting principle of ultrasonic honing in terms of cutting motion, grain performance and cutting quantity. Then, the applied effect used in the cast-iron cylinder of DY90 is introduced. The principle and the structure of this device are discussed. This new technology can further be used in micro-car’s cylinder, can provides a high-productivity, high-quality for cast-iron cylinder.
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Authors: Hui Huang, Jian Yun Shen, Xi Peng Xu, Hong Jun Xu
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Authors: Wen Feng Ding, Jiu Hua Xu, J.B. Lu, Yu Can Fu, Bing Xiao, Hong Jun Xu
Abstract: In this paper, the disadvantages of the current CBN (Cubic Boron Nitride) grinding wheels were firstly introduced briefly, for indicating that it was very urgent and important to develop new kinds of grinding wheels with excellent performance to replace the conventional wheels. Then high temperature brazing experiments of monolayer CBN wheels with Ag-Cu-Ti filler alloy were carried out. The result shows that the filler alloy has good wetting capability towards CBN grits. The results of scanning electron microscope (SEM) and energy dispersion spectrometer (EDS), as well X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis show that, just because during brazing titanium atoms in filler alloys segregated preferentially to the surface of the CBN to form Ti-nitride or Ti-boride layer by reaction between titanium atoms and nitride and boron atoms at elevated temperature, strong chemical joining was formed in the interface between CBN grits and filler alloys. Finally, the contrastive grinding experiments were performed between the monolayer brazed CBN grinding wheels and the electroplated ones. The results show that the brazed wheels have more excellent performance than the latter.
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Authors: Bei Zhang, Hong Jun Xu, Yu Can Fu, Hong Hua Su
Abstract: This study has developed a new kind of high performance monolayer brazed diamond tool for ceramic grinding. The grit size of the diamond brazed in the grinding wheel surface is 300m, which has never been reported in diamond tools for ceramic precision machining. The experiment has achieved wonderful surface finish of Zirconia workpiece. This does owe to the designed and precision conditioned topography of the new developed grinding wheel. The topography of the grinding wheel before and after dressing has been measured by means of laser triangulation method. Then the Zirconia workpiece has been ground. The obtained Ra value decreases with no spark grinding times and the minimum Ra of the ground surface is 0.11m. The study proved that the brazed large grit diamond tools would realize high efficiency and precision grinding, namely, high performance of ceramic grinding.
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Authors: Hong Hua Su, Yu Can Fu, Jiu Hua Xu, Wen Feng Ding, Hong Jun Xu
Abstract: The monolayer brazed diamond tools have recently been used increasingly in hard-brittle materials grinding because of their excellent grinding performances as long tool life, high material removal rate and large inter-grit chip space, etc. However, they possess an inherent shortcoming of the high roughness of the grinding surface. This work is an attempt to reduce the over-protruded grits of the monolayer brazed diamond wheel so that precision grinding operations can be executed effectively. In this investigation, the monolayer brazed diamond wheels with regular distribution pattern of grit have been dressed by a special conditioning process and used in precision grinding experiments on Li-Ti ferrite. The outcome of this attempt appeared highly encouraging. A substantial improvement of the ground surface roughness could be achieved with the dressed monolayer brazed diamond wheels.
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Authors: Ke Ma, Yu Can Fu, Hong Jun Xu, Jun He
Abstract: Heat transfer performance of the heat-pipe grinding wheel (HPGW) is mainly depended on the heat pipe in the wheel. In this paper, a basal body of HPGW was developed and a heat transfer experiment was performed to study the effect of the parameters of the heat pipe such as liquid filling ratio and rotating speed on the heat transfer performance of the HPGW. Results show that the heat transfer performance decreases if the liquid filling rate is too large or too small under the same heat source intensity and the optimal liquid filling rate is about 35% of the volume inside the heat pipe. The heat transfer performance of the HPGW is enhanced with the increasing of the rotating speed. The analysis of the results also shows that the heat pipe in the HPGW can play a great role on enhancing the heat transfer in the grinding zone with suitable processing parameters.
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Authors: Yan Chen, Hong Jun Xu, Yu Can Fu, Hong Hua Su
Abstract: The shear strength samples of brazed single crystal diamond with the (72Ag–28Cu)–xTi (x=2, 4, 7wt.%) active filler metal were prepared, using vacuum brazing methods. Microstructure evolution of interfacial reaction product and shear strength of the brazed diamond and Ag based filler alloy were studied. The results show that there exits a layer of TiC on the surface diamond in different Ti additions, and the thickness of TiC layer increases with the increase of Ti addition. With the increase of Ti addition, the shear strength of the brazed joint decreases due to the increase of TiC layer thickness and amount of intermetallics. From the results, it was seen that mutual diffusion of C and Ti was effective on the morphology of the interface zone that affected the shear strength of the bonds. To achieve a reliable brazed joint, the Ti content must be controlled under 4wt.%.
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Authors: Bei Zhang, Hong Jun Xu, Yu Can Fu, Hong Hua Su
Abstract: Conventional grinding of optical glass will normally result in not only much lower material removal rate but also short service life of grinding tools, which causes the high fabrication cost of optical glass. This paper focuses on the precision grinding of optical glass with the indigenously developed monolayer brazed diamond grinding wheel. Before grinding process a precision dressing is conduct. The dressed grinding wheel topography is observed. Through precision dressing the grinding process achieves moderate surface finish as well as ensures certain grinding efficiency. The ground surface of the optical glass workpiece is made up of micro-pits and glazing zones and the obtained surface roughness variation with the process parameters is analyzed. The experiment shows that the developed diamond grinding wheel is suitable to the application of optical glass machining.
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Authors: Yu Can Fu, Hong Jun Xu, Fang Hong Sun
Abstract: In order to improve the grindability of titanium alloys, the inhibition of chemical affinity between abrasives and titanium alloys and cooling enhancement in grinding zone are carried out in this paper. Slotted electroplated CBN grinding wheels with optimum topography are used, and different grinding fluid supply systems such as conventional tangential spraying coolant supply, inner chamber coolant jet impingement, radial high-pressure coolant jet impingment are employed in creep feed deep grinding experiments on titanium alloy (TC4). The experimental results show that high-pressure jet impingement has remarkable cooling effect. The temperature of the workpiece surface can be steadily kept below the critical film boiling temperature 120~130°C, while the workpiece surfaces is badly burnt with conventional coolant supply. The study will exploit an important research orientation that has great potential in high efficiency grinding. Further perfection of this study will not only enable us to increase the available material removal rate to a new level but also solve the workpiece burn problem of the difficult-to-machining materials in high efficiency grinding.In order to improve the grindability of titanium alloys, the inhibition of chemical affinity between abrasives and titanium alloys and cooling enhancement in grinding zone are carried out in this paper. Slotted electroplated CBN grinding wheels with optimum topography are used, and different grinding fluid supply systems such as conventional tangential spraying coolant supply, inner chamber coolant jet impingement, radial high-pressure coolant jet impingment are employed in creep feed deep grinding experiments on titanium alloy (TC4). The experimental results show that high-pressure jet impingement has remarkable cooling effect. The temperature of the workpiece surface can be steadily kept below the critical film boiling temperature 120~130°C, while the workpiece surfaces is badly burnt with conventional coolant supply. The study will exploit an important research orientation that has great potential in high efficiency grinding. Further perfection of this study will not only enable us to increase the available material removal rate to a new level but also solve the workpiece burn problem of the difficult-to-machining materials in high efficiency grinding.
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