Effect of Grinding Process Parameters on Surface Area Roughness of Glass fibre Reinforced Composite Laminate under Dry and Coolant Environment P Chockalingam1 Kok Chee Kuang2 Faculty of Engineering and Technology Multimedia University Melaka Malaysia 1 palanisamychockalingammmuedumy 2 ckkokmmuedumy
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Effect of Grinding Process Parameters on Surface Area Roughness of Glass fibre Reinforced Composite Laminate under Dry and Coolant Environment P Chockalingam1 Kok Chee Kuang2 Faculty of Engineering and Technology Multimedia University Melaka Malaysia 1 palanisamychockalingammmuedumy 2 ckkokmmuedumy
The grinding process is the most suitable process to obtain a very good surface finish and accuracy The objectives of this research are to investigate and analyze the effects of grinding process parameters on surface roughness of aluminium alloy 6061T6 AA 6061T6
effect of different process parameters on the cylindrical grinding of EN 47 steel and to find optimum set of process parameters for minimum surface roughness and maximum material removal rate The chemical composition of EN 47 is shown in table 1 DESIGN OF EXPERIMENT Mixed levels of input parameters 2Level and
MMelwin Jagadeesh Sridhar PSathish Kumar Effect of Process Parameters on Surface Roughness of Cylindrical Grinding Process on Ohns Aisi 01 Steel Rounds using ANOVA International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology IJETT V339429434 March 2016 ISSN22315381 wwwijettjournalorg published by seventh sense research group
Nov 28 2020 Grinding is a machining method that could help to attain high precision grade and finest roughness grade Due to such characteristics grinding is often chosen as the final finishing method The surface quality of a product depends on many factors including cutting depth feed rate and rotation speed of the part This paper will study the effect of these three machining parameters on the
working parameters on the surface roughness in belt grinding process the sizescale estimation influence Int J Materials and Product Technology Vol 38 n 1 p1634 2010 Any correspondence concerning this service should be sent to the repository
the experiments were conducted to investigate the effect of process parameters on the output parameters ie surface roughness and hardness The experimental results are discussed subsequently in the following sections The selected process variables were varied up to five levels and central composite rotatable design was adopted to design the
Many investigators have suggested various methods to explain the effect of machining parameter on surface roughness and MRR in CNC end milling process B C Routara et al 1 were carried out Roughness modeling and optimization in CNC end milling using response surface method effect of workpiece material variation
found out Similarly the average surface roughness values for each parameter at each level are also found out Average SN ratios in each level a main effect for SN ratio average surface roughness values in each level and effect of process parameter on roughness are given in Table 4 Fig3 Table 5 and Fig 4 respectively
This study aims to determine the effect of crossfeed on the amplitude of vibration and surface roughness of the workpiece on the surface grinding process The materials used are hardened tool steel OCR12VM with a variety of grinding stone types A46QV and A80LV made of aluminum oxide
Thus the main objective of this study is to develop a better understanding of the effects of machining parameters on the surface roughness in end milling Machining parameters involved in this study are cutting speed feed rates and depth of cut The material used to test the surface roughness is
1 The velocity of workpiece has great effect on the surface roughness followed by the effect of feedrate The depth of cut has an insignificant effect on surface roughness 2 The rule of effects of cutting parameters on surface roughness is quite complicated The increase of the value of cutting parameters sometimes
design freedom of EBMbuilt components Further optimization of the EBM process parameters is thus of paramount importance to achieve a better surface nish To date there is limited study reported 29 Here an attempt is made to systemically understand the effect of processing parameters on the asbuilt parts surface roughness
The results showed that feed 6085 is the most influencing parameter followed by cutting speed 246 at 95 confidence level And the twolevel interactions of feedcutting speed FV depth of cutfeed DF and depth of cutcutting speed DV are found the significant effects on surface roughness in this turning process
studied the surface roughness and its prediction in cylindrical grinding process based on taguchi method of optimization The material hardness work piece speed and depth of cut were selected as input parameters and surface roughness was selected as response factor An L9 orthogonal array was used for designing the experiment
31 Effect of operating parameters on surface roughness Experiments are conducted by varying the process parameters Table 1 using Taguchi L 27 OA design R a values and the corresponding SN ratio obtained for each run are shown in Table 2 The mean SN ratio obtained at each level of different process parameters is shown in Figure 2
Jan 01 2010 Read Effects of working parameters on the surface roughness in belt grinding process the sizescale estimation influence International Journal of Materials and Product Technology on DeepDyve the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips
There are number of parameters to describe surface finish but the commonly used parameter is average surface roughness Ra This study establishes the model for process optimization for improving the surface finish The objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of grinding variables on the surface finish
Sep 14 2011 Li K Hu Y Yang Z Chen M amp Hsu F Effect of Machining Parameters on Surface Roughness in VibrationAssisted Grinding Proceedings of the ASME 2011 International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference ASME 2011 International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference Volume 2 Corvallis Oregon USA
Surface roughness measurements The surface finish parameter employed to indicate the surface quality in this experiment was the arithmetic mean roughness RaWorkpiece surface roughness R a was evaluated using a Mitutoyo Surftest SV514 which used a cutoff length of 08 mm and evaluation length of 4 mm The tester uses Surfpak V410 2 software with a resolution of 001m and stylus
The Effect of Peak Count of Surface Roughness on Coating Perf o rm a n c e The Effect of Peak Count ing the profile under evaluation2 The evaluation length is the part of the stylus travel that is used in computing the surface profile parameters sharp edges were rounded by grinding A hole was drilled in the center top of each
The polishing process plays an important role in the stainless steel cookware since an appearance is one of the prime quality criterions of the product Typically there are three sequential steps in the polishing process using abrasive flap wheel sisal and cloth respectively The abrasive flap wheel is the first step in the process which aims to rapidly create fine surface finish on the product
Surface grinding is the most common process used in the manufacturing sector to produce smooth finish on flat surfaces Surface quality and metal removal rate are the two important performance characteristics to be considered in the grinding process The main purpose of this work is to study the effects of abrasive tools on EN24 steel surface by using three parameters Grinding wheel speed
International OPEN ACCESS Journal Of Modern Engineering Research IJMER Effect of process parameters on surface roughness during grinding of hot work steel AISI H11 under dry wet and compressed gas environment Deepak Kumar Dr Sanjeev Saini 1 Department of Mechanical Engineering MTech Scholar DAVIET Jalandhar India
Effect of Process Parameters on Surface Roughness of Mild Steel Processed by Surface Grinding Process Balwinder Singh and Balwant Singh Department of Mechanical Engineering Punjab Technical University Punjab 151 001 India Corresponding author Email bwssidhuyahoocom Abstract Surface grinding process is used mainly to grind
Effects of Process Parameters on Surface Roughness and MRR in the on the other hand grinding process is timeconsuming and it applicable to a limited range of the geometries Hard turning is basically a turning Amritpal Singh et al Effects of Process Parameters on Surface Roughness and MRR in the hard turning of EN 36 steel 916
The present paper follows the various input process parameters of an internal grinding machine that includes depth of cut cutting speed cutting force The surface roughness material removal rate Tool life was chosen as output parameters The experiments were conducted as
May 25 2014 In this present work The effect of input parameters viz grinding wheel speed workpiece speed abrasive grain size depth of cut concentration of cutting fluid and number of passes has been found on the surface roughness of cylindrical grinded AISI 4140 steel has been found The other parameters like feed rate diameter of workpiece coolant flow rate etc are kept constant
Apr 01 2015 The external interference and vibration can seriously affect the machining errors in brittle materials grinding process This paper proposes a new model to analyze the relationship between surface roughness SR and subsurface damage SSD depth on the basis of grinding kinematics analysis and indentation fracture mechanics of brittle materials taking the wheel spindle vibration into
Mar 07 2016 For further understanding the effect of main parameters the surface plots of surface roughness against the parameters are created in Figures 8a8c The figures show the interaction of feed rate and spindle speed to the surface roughness It is found that the higher spindle speed may decrease the surface roughness
The effects of process parameters viz electrolyte concentration voltage feed rate and interelectrode gap on MRR and surface roughness are also investigated using 3D surface and contour plots Finally the surface morphology is studied with the help of scanning electron microscopy SEM images
Abstract The surface roughness of workpiece in grinding process is influenced and determined by the disc dressing conditions due to effects of dressing process on the wheel surface topography In this way prediction of the surface roughness helps to optimize the disc dressing conditions to improve surface roughness The objective of this study is to design of a feed forward back propagation
a desired surface roughness depends on various parameters The factors that influence surface roughness are machining parameters tool and work piece material properties and cutting conditions For example in grinding operation the surface roughness depends on depth of
Based on microindentation mechanics and kinematics of grinding processes theoretical formulas are deduced to calculate surface roughness SR and subsurface damage SSD depth The SRs and SSD depths of a series of fused silica samples which are prepared under different grinding parameters are measured By experimental and theoretical analysis the relationship between SR and SSD depth is
The effect of interaction between the parameters on surface roughness As shown in Table 5 the relationship between surface roughness and grinding parameters is expressed in the regression equations 1 From this equation it can be easy to determine the surface roughness depending values of input parameters
study the effects of input parameter in grinding process Vishal Francis etal 1 stated that if feed and depth of cut were varied and spindle speed was kept constant to observe their effect on surface roughness then feed rate was found to be the most significant factor in case of cast iron and none of the factor was found be significant for
Jan 01 2017 In this study the influences of grinding parameters such as the grain size wheel speed workpiece speed and grinding depth are analysed for their effects on the grinding force surface morphology surface roughness and subsurface damage of Si 3 N 4 grinding The undeformed chip thickness and equivalent chip thickness are also studied for a
May 30 2018 In this paper the effect of grinding parameters on surface finish for EN8 steel is presented Experiments were performed on surface grinding and a cylindrical grinding for optimization of grinding process parameters for improved surface finish The surface roughness was taken as an output parameter for experimentation
Jan 01 2017 In order to improve the surface quality of TC4 titanium alloy parts the effect of grinding parameters on surface integrity must be known In this research an experimental analysis has been conducted to understand the effect of grinding parameters including cutting velocity feed rate grinding depth and abrasive size on material removal and surface integrity
conditions that will minimize surface roughness and maximize metal removal rate when cylindrical grinding of EN21AMsteel is done for the optimization of grinding process parameters During this experimental work input process parameters ie speed feed depth of