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  • Prediction of subsurface damage depth of ground brittle

    the grinding-induced microcracks. For the later, it is important to know the maximum depth of subsurface cracks to determine the tool pass numbers. However, to date, there has not been practical, rapid and non-destructive method for measuring the grinding-induced crack depth accurately in the micrometer level. In this paper, we attempt to predict the depth of the grinding-induced microcracks

  • grinding induced depth Hemming Way

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  • Grinding induced damage in ceramics ScienceDirect

    10/01/2003· Grinding induced damage in these ceramics is assessed and characterized using three destructive inspection techniques and progressive lapping technique combined with scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). As a result, two types of grinding damage are identified, pulverization and microcracking. Damage depth is found to be related to the

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  • Analytical prediction for depth of subsurface damage in

    01/05/2019· Under this condition, the SSD depth induced during grinding process can be expressed as, (1) c = d ms − d r where c is the SSD depth induced by grinding, d ms and d r separately denote the depth of median crack and materials removal, as shown in Fig. 1. Download : Download high-res image (332KB) Download : Download full-size image; Fig. 1. Schematics of typical crack systems during

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  • Cup wheel grinding-induced subsurface damage in

    01/05/2019· However, there is a gap in the direct calculation of the grinding-induced SSD depth in optical glass BK7 through simulation. To fill the above-mentioned gaps, Li model of the SSD depth for optical grinding was applied in the present study considering the ductile-regime effect. Moreover, a three dimensional model was developed based on coupled FEM and SPH to investigate the grinding-induced

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  • On Surface Grind Hardening Induced Residual Stresses

    01/01/2014· The main process parameters are the workpiece speed, the depth of cut, the cutting speed, the workpiece material, the grinding wheel type and the presence of a cutting fluid. Most of the published works have concentrated on modeling the effect of these process parameters on Hardness Penetration Depth (HPD), hardness distribution and process induced forces. Fig. 1. Grind-hardening process Q

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  • Experimental Investigation on Grinding-induced Surface

    The effect of the grinding parameters, which include mainly grinding depth, abrasive grain size of diamond grinding wheel and grinding direction, on the grinding-induced surface damage of FCC was discussed, finally, the paper drew the conclusions that both increasing of grinding depth and increasing of abrasive grain sizes of diamond wheel can make the grinding-induced surface damage worse

  • 作者: Yanshi Shi, Yuguo Wang, Bin Lin and Aibing Yu
  • Two-dimensional detection of subsurface damage in

    01/10/2020· The radial distributions of the depth of the grinding-induced SSD in the wafers. Fig. 5 shows a two-dimensional distribution of the PLS detection of the silicon chips. It is obvious that the PLS signals of the wafers ground with the #400 wheel are larger than those with the #600 wheel, which can be explained from the depth of SSD, as shown in Fig. 4. A larger depth of damage means that more

  • Author: Jingfei Yin, Qian Bai, Han Haitjema, Bi Zhang
  • Experimental study on grinding-induced residual stress

    02/12/2019· The residual stress penetration depth increases with the increase of the grinding speed and grinding depth, and decreases with the increase of the workpiece speed. The results in this study can be used to assist in controlled-stress grinding applications for high performance critical parts of maraging steel. Residual stress plays a significant role in the performance of a part, while the

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  • Grinding induced damage in ceramics freepaper.me

    Grinding induced damage in ceramics 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 in using ceramics for

  • Experimental study on grinding-induced residual stress in

    02/12/2019· The residual stress penetration depth increases with the increase of the grinding speed and grinding depth, and decreases with the increase of the workpiece speed. The results in this study can be used to assist in controlled-stress grinding applications for high performance critical parts of maraging steel. Residual stress plays a significant role in the performance of a part, while the

  • Numerical and experimental investigation on grinding

    The burr sizes were strongly determined by the wheel granularity and grinding depth, rather than the grinding speed. For the same required grinding depths, using whether single pass or multiple passes of the grit has a very small impact on the exit burr sizes. The hardness of the burr root part is relatively stronger than that of the burr rollover part, while the burr hardness would increase

  • Characterization of recrystallized depth and dopant

    N2 A nanosecond pulsed Nd:YAG laser was irradiated on a boron-doped single-crystal silicon wafer with a diamond grinding finish to recover the grinding-induced subsurface damage. In order to visualize and measure the depth of the laser melted/recrystallized layer, small-angle beveled polishing was performed in pure water followed by KOH etching. It enabled the direct observation of the

  • On Surface Grind Hardening Induced Residual Stresses

    workpiece speed, the depth of cut, the cutting speed, the workpiece material, the grinding wheel type and the presence of a cutting fluid. Most of the published works have concentrated on modeling the effect of these process parameters on Hardness Penetration Depth (HPD), hardness distribution and process induced forces. Fig. 1. Grind-hardening

  • Grinding-induced metallurgical alterations in the binder

    The exact nature, the manner and the penetration depth of grinding-induced damage are, however, still not clear, leaving many uncertainties and sometimes danger in using ceramics for structural

  • Grinding Induced Changes in Residual Stresses of

    Grinding Induced Changes in Residual Stresses of Gear Technology. Download PDF . 0 downloads 2 Views 648KB Size Report. Comment. Temper. (450°F). 9. Finish grind. Figure 3â Radial and lateral locations where the residual stress measure- ments were made. Figure 1â A typical finished gear. Grinding Induced Changes in Residual Stresses of Carburized Gears R. LeMaster, B. Boggs, J.

  • (PDF) Evaluation of grinding-induced subsurface damage

    17/08/2020· Optical glass BK7 is widely used in optical industries but the grinding process of it with aggressive machining parameters (e.g., fast infeed rate, big depth of cut) easily leads to subsurface

  • Twyman effect mechanics in grinding and microgrinding

    In the Twyman effect (1905), when one side of a thin plate with both sides polished is ground, the plate bends: The ground side becomes convex and is in a state of compressive residual stress, described in terms of force per unit length (Newtons per meter) induced by grinding, the stress (Newtons per square meter) induced by grinding, and the depth of the compressive layer (micrometers).

  • Characterization of recrystallized depth and dopant

    grinding finish to recover the grinding-induced subsurface damage. In order to visualize and measure the depth of the laser melted/recrystallized layer, small-angle beveled polishing was performed in pure water followed by KOH etching. It enabled the direct observation of the recrystallized region using a differential interference microscope and the measurement of its depth using a white

  • Grinding and Finishing IIT Mechanical

    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. • The work piece moves (v) at 1.5 m/min. The chip thickness ratio (r) is 10.

  • Grinding Induced Damage in Ceramics ResearchGate

    Zhang and Howes [6] found the depth of grinding-induced damages is related to the properties of ceramic materials, especially the brittleness [7]. The results of Chen et al. [8,9], Zhao et al. [10

  • Grinding Induced Changes in Residual Stresses of

    Grinding Induced Changes in Residual Stresses of Gear Technology. Download PDF . 0 downloads 2 Views 648KB Size Report. Comment. Temper. (450°F). 9. Finish grind. Figure 3â Radial and lateral locations where the residual stress measure- ments were made. Figure 1â A typical finished gear. Grinding Induced Changes in Residual Stresses of Carburized Gears R. LeMaster, B. Boggs, J.

  • Twyman effect mechanics in grinding and microgrinding

    In the Twyman effect (1905), when one side of a thin plate with both sides polished is ground, the plate bends: The ground side becomes convex and is in a state of compressive residual stress, described in terms of force per unit length (Newtons per meter) induced by grinding, the stress (Newtons per square meter) induced by grinding, and the depth of the compressive layer (micrometers).

  • Grinding Induced Changes in Residual Stresses of

    Grinding Induced Changes in Residual Stresses of Carburized Gears R. LeMaster, B. Boggs, J. Bunn, C. Hubbard and T. Watkins (Printed with permission of the copyright holder, the American Gear Manufacturers Association, 500 Montgomery Street, Suite 350, Alexandria, Virginia 22314-1560. Statements presented in this paper are those of the authors and may not represent the position or

  • Rotational grinding of silicon wafers—sub-surface damage

    Materials Science and Engineering B107 (2004) 321–331 Rotational grinding of silicon wafers—sub-surface damage inspection Atte Haapalinna a,∗ , SauliDownload PDF . 557KB Sizes 59 Downloads 158 Views. Report. Recommend Documents. Rotational grinding of silicon wafers—sub-surface damage inspection Analytical modeling of grinding-induced subsurface damage in monocrystalline silicon

  • On Surface Grind Hardening Induced Residual Stresses

    The workpiece surface is heated above the austenitizing temperature by using large values of depth of cut and low workpiece feed speeds. The workpiece undergoes martensitic phase transformation increasing its hardness in the surface layer. Usually compressive residual stresses are induced in the surface layer. In the present paper, modeling and prediction of the residual stresses profile as a

  • Characterization of recrystallized depth and dopant

    grinding finish to recover the grinding-induced subsurface damage. In order to visualize and measure the depth of the laser melted/recrystallized layer, small-angle beveled polishing was performed in pure water followed by KOH etching. It enabled the direct observation of the recrystallized region using a differential interference microscope and the measurement of its depth using a white

  • Grinding and Finishing IIT Mechanical

    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. • The work piece moves (v) at 1.5 m/min. The chip thickness ratio (r) is 10.

  • Deformation induced complete amorphization at

    01/02/2019· The damaged layer induced by grinding is required to be removed by subsequent CMP. However, CMP is the most expensive in machining processes of semiconductor manufacturing. The thinner thickness left by grinding, the less cost and time needed for subsequent CMP processes. The CDC at BDT is 9.6 nm calculated according to Eq. , which is two orders magnitude lower than those

  • The ‘skin effect’ of subsurface damage distribution in

    fact, UAM helps suppress machining-induced damage, enhance the critical depth of cut [31], reduce machining forces [32, 36], and alter material properties [37]. UAM has a great potential for machining of the hard and brittle materials, however, there are still critical issues to be resolved. The issues include how UAM suppresses the machining