Surface obtained after two sequential machining processes that transfer two types of texture signature on the material, usually inscribed at two different depth layers. Some processes may have more than two stages. The term stratified comes from strata, which means layers, and that underlines the fact that the surface has several functional behaviors depending on the layer in depth.
Theory and Application
The term stratified surface is often used in conjunction with the term functional in the scope of engineering surfaces, as the machining process intends to produce functional surfaces that achieve a programmed performance index.
Honed Cylinder Liners
One of the most frequent mechanical components to exhibit stratified surfaces is the cylinder liner whose surface is machined in two or three sequences. The aim is to produce a plateau-like surfacewith a relatively flat and smooth surface on the top and a series of deep...
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