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Milton C Shaw – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • principles of Abrasive Processing
    , 1996
    Co-Authors: Milton C Shaw


    1. Introduction 2. Abrasive tools 3. Single grit performance 4. Form and finish grinding mechanics 5. Form and finish grinding performance 6. Abrasive cut-off 7. Conditioning of slabs and billets 8. Vertical spindle surface grinding 9. Grinding temperatures 10. Surface integrity 11. Wheel life 12. The grinding environment 13. Special processes 14. Hard work materials 15. Precision finishing Index

Tian Chunlin – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • A method of variable speed control about high-speed lapping machine based on DELPHI language
    Machinery Design and Manufacture, 2020
    Co-Authors: Tian Chunlin


    By solid Abrasive Processing technology research,it presents a control method about solid Abrasives high-speed lapping and lapping speed control technology by controlling the relative motion between the lapping tool and the workpiece speed,and it improves accuracy and efficiency in the whole process.Use information Processing capability of the computer by DEHPHI language,achieves the variable speed control for the high-speed lapping machine which through the serial-port communication between the converter and the high-speed lapping machine.

Wu Ha – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Influences of Magnetic Abrasive Processing on the Surface Morphology of 440c Stainless Steel
    Plating and Finishing, 2020
    Co-Authors: Wu Ha


    Based on magnetic Abrasive finishing,440 c stainless steel was finished by Al2O3 spherical Abrasive produced by gas atomization. By orthogonal experiment design,the workpieces were processed using Abrasives with different particle sizes to optimize machining parameters. Results showed that the optimized machining parameters were: S( Spindle speeds) of 2 500 r / min,δ( working gap) of 1. 5 mm,f( feed rate) of 60 mm / min,t( the amount of the Abrasive) of 2. 0 g. The original microscopic surface morphology and micro texture of workpieces could be improved. The original surface roughness was reduced from0. 450 μm to 0. 043 μm and a surface roughness of mirror face level was achieved. It was indicated that440 c stainless steel could be perfectly finished by using magnetic Abrasive finishing,also it ‘s fatigue strength and corrosion resistance could be improved in various degrees.