grinding induced depth

Non-destructive measurement of grinding-induced …

A non-destructive method to measure the subsurface deformation depth was proposed. • Grazing incidence X-ray diffraction (Gi-XRD) was used to develop the technique. • Full width at half maximum (FWHM) was measured to indicate the deformation. • The methodology was applied to measure the grinding-induced subsurface deformation. •

Optimization of grinding depth to avoid grind-induced burn…

Models of grinding-induced surface and subsurface ... - ScienceDi…

Models of grinding-induced surface and subsurface …

In addition, the grinding depth, the wheel diameter, and the ratio of wheel speed to workpiece speed influence the rotation angle of an abrasive particle; the …

APPLIED MECHANICS IN GRINDING--IV. THE …

2017-3-8 · OF GRINDING INDUCED PHASE TRANSFORMATION LIANGCHI ZHANG''t and MOFID MAHDIt (Received 22 September 1994) Abstract--One of the most important problems in high precision grinding is the optimisation of the surface residual stress distribution of ground components. ... the depth of phase transformation. The results of this paper also offered ...

Models of grinding-induced surface and subsurface

2021-9-1 · Models of grinding-induced surface and subsurface damages in fused silica considering strain rate and micro shape/geometry of abrasive. ... Different grinding parameters including the grinding depth (a p), wheel speed (v s) and feed speed (v w) were determined by the Latin hypercube design method . Latin hypercube design is a typical ...

The effect of grinding parameters and gas …

2019-9-1 · After AISI D2 gas nitriding at 24 and 36 h, using the sol-gel abrasive type and conventional cooling mode, a compressive residual state of stresses was induced for lower depth of cut in grinding.

Grinding-induced metallurgical alterations in the binder …

2022-3-13 · ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT Grinding-induced metallurgical alterations in the binder phase of WC-Co cemented carbides J. Yang1,2, J.J Roa1,3, M. Schwind4, M. Odén2, M.P. Johansson-Jõesaar2,4 and L. Llanes1,3 1 CIEFMA - Departament de Ciència dels Materials i Engenyeria Metal·lúrgica, Campus Diagonal Besòs-EEBE, Universitat Politècnica de …

Grinding induced damage in ceramics

2003-1-10 · Abstract. Although grinding is widely used as a productive technique for finishing ceramic components in the manufacturing industry, it often causes damage to the machined components. The exact nature, the manner and the penetration depth of grinding-induced damage are, however, still not clear, leaving many uncertainties and sometimes danger ...

Non-destructive measurement of grinding-induced …

2022-3-1 · In finish form grinding, the grinding speed was kept at 30 m/s, table speed and downfeed were varied in between 2-4 m/min and 4–12 μm, respectively. For HEDG grinding, the grinding speed and table speed were varied in the range of 55–90 m/s, 0.1–0.8 m/min and the downfeed was kept constant at 100 μm.

Grinding induced subsurface cracks in silicon wafers

1999-7-1 · The depth of grinding induced subsurface cracks has crystal orientation dependence, but the difference signal is too small for the cross-sectional microscopy method to pick up. Therefore a sample can be taken from any location on the wafer and the subsurface crack depth measurement on this sample is representative of this wafer. This finding is ...

grinding induced depth

grinding induced depth. Grinding and Finishing. Grinding – Ex. 1-1 • You are grinding a steel, which has a specific grinding energy (u) of 35 W-s/mm3. • The grinding wheel rotates at 3600 rpm, has a diameter (D) of 150 mm, thickness (b) of 25 mm, and (c) 5 grains per mm2. The motor has a power of 2 kW.