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The Influence of Directivity of Machining Marks on Grindability and Wear of Honed Surfaces

  • A. F. Budzyński

Abstract

This paper deals with the development of an experimental setup which is used to validate mathematical models in the form of a regression equation of the influence of an intersection angle of machining marks (α=0–180°). Typical of the case investigated are hydraulic cylinders and their seals using diameter increment δd. This factor gives evidence of wear of the tested surface, while a mass decrement δm of seal rings characterizes their grindability. The changes in mating surfaces roughness were tested and leaks of a medium through the seal are also described. These leaks reflect the grinding-in of tested kinematic pairs. Finally, boundary values for correct performance of kinematic pairs are given.

Keywords

Cast Iron Hydraulic Cylinder Seal Ring Intersection Angle Diameter Increment 
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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. F. Budzyński
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  1. 1.Akademia Techniczno-RolniczaBydgoszczPoland

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