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TECHNICAL BRIEF

Transient Flow in Abrasive Suspension Jet Cutting Machines on Pump Shutdown

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S. Wan, G. C. Lim

Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, 71 Nanyang Drive, Singapore 638075

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 125(1), 172-178 (Mar 04, 2003) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1536176 History: Received October 01, 2000; Revised March 01, 2002; Online March 04, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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References

You, Ming-Qing, Zhang, Hai, Chai, Zi-Pu, and Cheng, Da-Zhong, 1993, “Study on a Direct Injection Abrasive Jet System,” 7th American Water Jet Conference, August 28-31, Seattle, Washington.
Hollinger, R. H., Perry, W. D., and Swanson, R. K., 1989, “Precision Cutting with a Low-Pressure, Coherent Abrasive Suspension Jet,” 5th American Water Jet Conference, August 29-31, Toronto, Canada.
Hashish, M., 1991, “Cutting with a High-Pressure Abrasive Suspension Jets,” 6th American Water jet Conference, August 24-27, Houston, Texas.
Brandt, C., and Loius, H., 1999, “Profiling with 400 MPa Fine-Beam Abrasive Water Jet,” 10th American Waterjet Conference, August 14-17, Houston, Texas.
Miller, D., 1999, “Micro Abrasive Waterjets (MAWs),” 10th American Waterjet Conference, August 14-17, Houston, Texas.
Brandt, C., Louis, H., Meier, G., and Tebbing, G., 1994, “Abrasive Suspension Jets at Working Pressures up to 200 MPa,” Jet Cutting Technology, A. G. Allen, ed., Mechanical Engineering Publications Ltd., London.
van de Vegte, John, 1990, Feedback Control Systems, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall.

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Schematic of abrasive suspension jet systems under study
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Electric analogues of abrasive suspension jet systems under study
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Effect of various pump shut-down conditions in the generic by-pass system
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Effect of various pump shut-down conditions in the Diajet by-pass system
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Mechanisms to avoid line and nozzle clogging
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Effect of introducing suction devices of various sizes in a generic by-pass system
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Effect of various isolation valve shut-off conditions in proposed system

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