Specification of Dimensional Machining of Product Surfaces
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Experiments must often be conducted to make good the lack of useful initial data in specifying the conditions of dimensional machining. As shown in the present work, the effort and cost of such experiments may be considerably decreased—especially for products with geometrically complex surfaces—by making use of similarity theory and physical modeling. This approach to specifying the manufacturing conditions of product batches proves effective in practice, as illustrated for the final grinding of products with spherical surfaces and wear-resistant coatings.
Keywords:machining conditions products with complex surfaces similarity theory physical modeling original process model process output characteristics
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