The Use of Areal Parameters for the Analysis of the Surface Machined Using the Abrasive Waterjet Technology
The paper deals with areal evaluation of the surface texture of AISI 304 material created by the abrasive waterjet. The sample examined was measured using an optical profilometer and an optical microscope. The surface topography is most frequently evaluated according to the surface profile parameters defined in ISO 4287. However, for a more complex analysis of a studied surface, it is more advantageous to use an areal (three-dimensional) method which applies the knowledge acquired from the profile (two-dimensional) method extended by new research findings. The areal parameters of the surface texture are described in the standard ISO 25178-2.
KeywordsSurface topography Abrasive waterjet Areal parameters
This article was written within the scope of a project of the Institute of Clean Technologies for Mining and Utilisation of Raw Materials for Energy Use – Sustainability Program, (Reg. No. LO1406). The presented work was also supported by a project for the long-term conceptual development of research organisations RVO: 68145535 and Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade project No. FV10446. The authors are very thankful for the support.
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