Calculating Effects of Dressing Parameters on Surface Roughness in Surface Grinding
In this paper, the influences of the surface grinding parameters including the dressing parameters, the grinding wheel velocity, the workpiece velocity, the depth of cut on the surface roughness are investigated. In the study, the influence of dressing parameters on surface roughness was pointed out theoretically. Also, it was found from the study results that the dressing factors have significant effects on the surface roughness. In addition, to evaluate the impacts of the dressing parameters on the surface roughness, an experiment was designed and performed. The measurement surface roughness from the experiment are in accordance with the calculated values.
KeywordsGrinding Surface roughness Dressing parameters
The work described in this paper was supported by Ha Noi university of Industry and Thai Nguyen University of Technology.
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