Electrochemical machining as a method of preparing grained aluminium surfaces
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Aluminium, usually in sheet form, is often subjected to a graining process prior to further treatment. This is normally a batchwise acid pickle. A study was carried out on a laboratory scale to show that electrochemical machining can be used to produce grained aluminium surfaces by a continuous, high-rate process using non-acid electrolytes.
KeywordsAluminium Physical Chemistry Laboratory Scale Aluminium Surface Electrochemical Machine
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