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Volume 329, 2020International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2020)
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|Published online||26 November 2020|
Surface microgeometry treated with a precast textured grinding wheel
Vladimir State University named after Alexander and Nikolay Stoletovs, Russian Federation
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The article considers the formation of the geometry of internal cylindrical surfaces when grinding with a precast textured wheel, which is under the influence of the unbalances main vector and a variable cutting force caused by the discreteness of the cutting surface (texture). Under the influence of these factors, each point of the axis of the textured tool makes vibrations in the transverse plane in the form of a wavelike sinusoid consisting of two sinusoids. The Space-time process of forming the processed surface is mathematically described. It is in applying wavelike sinusoids to the workpiece, taking into account their phase shift at each revolution of the workpiece. To ensure minimal geometric errors at the maximum possible productivity of the grinding process, phase shifts φf = (0.07–0.12)π and φf = (0.88–0.93)π are recommended. The results of the study are recommended for use in the production of high-precision details, primarily from materials that are prone to thermal damage to the surface layer under the influence of high temperature in the grinding zone.
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