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Size Effect Phenomena in Grinding


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Grinding is most widely used machining process as it provides reasonable material removal rate along with desirable surface quality especially for hard and high strength materials. Present work studies the interaction of Tangential force and Specific Energy with different process parameters such as wheel speed, table speed, grit size and depth of cut. Grinding is high specific energy process and specific grinding energy is one crucial performance parameter of grinding. Primary energy components such as shearing due to chip formation, rubbing and ploughing are the major contributors to the total specific energy consumption in grinding. High specific energy eventually causes higher material removal cost.New and innovative method of single grit experiment is used to develop theoretical model of specific ploughing. Ploughing energy was found to be significant during low depth of cut. Exponential rise in specific ploughing energy during low depth of cut explains the “size effect” phenomenon in grinding. This has enhanced the knowledge of ploughing phenomena with respect to process parameters and material properties of the workpiece.

Product Specifications
SKU :COC62462
AuthorGaurav Jain,Anoop Aggarwal and Sunil Kumar
Number of Pages64
Publishing Year21.03.2014
Edition1 st
Book TypeProduction engineering
Country of ManufactureIndia
Product BrandLAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Product Packaging InfoBox
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