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Slide burnishing—review and prospects

  • J. T. MaximovEmail author
  • G. V. Duncheva
  • A. P. Anchev
  • M. D. Ichkova
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Abstract

This review paper is devoted to the slide burnishing (SB) of metal components—state-of-the-art, achievements and perspectives. SB belongs to the group of static methods for mechanical surface treatment used largely in aerospace, automotive and other industries. By means of the plastic deformation of the surface layers, the surface integrity (SI) of the respective component is improved greatly in terms of minimum roughness, micro-hardness and introduced residual compressive stresses. As a result, fatigue crack resistance, crack corrosion resistance, wear resistance and corrosion resistance increase dramatically. The main feature of SB is the sliding friction contact between the deforming element and the surface being treated. Using the differential-morphological method, an integrated classification of the static methods is created and the area of SB is outlined. The proposed morphological matrix, which can be expanded and supplemented contains existing burnishing methods as well as combinations of elements and interactions that can be used to synthesize new burnishing methods and tools. In addition, a literature review of the publications devoted to SB has been conducted. Further, an analysis of the published studies on different criteria has been carried out and graphic visualizations of the statistical results have been made. On this basis, relevant conclusions have been made and the directions for future investigations of SB have been outlined.

Keywords

Mechanical surface treatment Slide burnishing Slide diamond burnishing Diamond burnishing 

List of symbols

f

Feed rate

Fb

Burnishing force

k

Number of the supporting balls

n

Number of passes

N

Number of cycles to failure

r

Deforming element radius

Ra

Surface roughness

v

Burnishing velocity

μ

Sliding friction coefficient

ωw

Workpiece angular velocity

ωr

Roller angular velocity

Abbreviations

CNC

Computer numerical control

DB

Diamond burnishing

DMM

Differential-morphological method

FEM

Finite element method

MST

Mechanical surface treatment

OP

Operational properties

PCD

Polycrystalline diamond

SB

Slide burnishing

SDB

Slide diamond burnishing

SHT

Surface heat treatment

SI

Surface integrity

SMB

Spherical motion burnishing

TCD

Thermochemical diffusion

Notes

Funding information

This work was supported by the European Regional Development Fund within the OP ‘Science and Education for Smart Growth 2014-2020’, Project CoC ‘Smart Mechatronics, Eco- and Energy Saving Systems and technologies’, No. BG05М2ОР001-1.002-0023.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. T. Maximov
    • 1
    Email author
  • G. V. Duncheva
    • 1
  • A. P. Anchev
    • 1
  • M. D. Ichkova
  1. 1.Department of Applied MechanicsTechnical University of GabrovoGabrovoBulgaria

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