Development of Methodological Recommendations for Selection of Flexible Abrasive Tool by Performance Indicator

  • N. V. SyreyshchikovaEmail author
  • E. N. Yaroslavova
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering book series (LNME)


The results of the development of methodological recommendations on application of specific characteristics of tools on flexible basis (FAT) by performance indicators, issued by FAT passports, are given. The results of the development and selection of FAT indicators to correctly reflect the physical essence of the FAT processing are shown with a clear delineation of the set of indicators for the purpose of tools; the estimation of operational properties of abrasive tools on a flexible basis for roughing and finishing grinding operations is given; the results of determining the complex of the minimum necessary and sufficient number of evaluation indicators are shown. It is made clear that testing the workability of passports of various materials using grinding belts during the year has proved their effectiveness in designing the technology of manufacturing parts with a flexible abrasive tool, and the correction of cutting modes according to the FAT performance indicators has proved their practical importance.


Methodological recommendations Workability passports Flexible abrasive tool Performance indicators 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.South Ural State UniversityChelyabinskRussia

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