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Electrochemical Machining

  • James P. Hoare
  • Mitchell A. Laboda
Part of the Comprehensive Treatise of Electrochemistry book series (volume 2)

Abstract

To fashion a block of metal according to a given pattern, one uses a tool of harder material to scrape or gouge out the softer material of the workpiece. All mechanical machining methods are based on some form of this operation. As the physical properties of new materials, developed to meet the requirements of a continuously advancing technology, reached higher degrees of strength and heat resistance, the demands placed on the properties of the tool materials to machine these “super alloys” (particularly in the aerospace industries) became practically impossible. Consequently, other methods of metal removal have been sought in more recent times.

Keywords

Polarization Curve Metal Removal Anode Surface Virtual Cathode Electrochemical Machine 
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  • James P. Hoare
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  1. 1.Electrochemistry Department, Research Laboratories, General Motors CorporationGeneral Motors Technical CenterWarrenUSA

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