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Objective Method for Determining Grinding Wheel Life

  • F. Szekeres
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Summary

A new objective measuring method has been worked out in GTI which is suitable for measuring grinding wheel life. The method is based on the measurement of vibration. The frequency of vibrations that occur in grinding and that are characteristic of the grinding process was determined. Vibration amplitude-time functions contain two inflection points, the second of which indicates the end of wheel life. The correctness of the method is proved through comparison with conventional grinding parameters.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Szekeres
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  1. 1.Gepipari Technologiai IntezetBudapestHungary

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