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Geometry Analysis and Simulation in Shoe Centerless Grinding

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Hong Zhang, Jungshen Lieh

Mechanical and Material Department, Wright State University, Dayton, OH 45435

David Yen, Xiaozhong Song, Xiaojian Rui

Advanced Manufacturing Lab, Delphi Energy & Chassis System, Dayton, OH 45439

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 125(2), 304-309 (Apr 15, 2003) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1557299 History: Received November 01, 2001; Revised September 01, 2002; Online April 15, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Plunge shoe centerless grinding
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The coordinate system for shoe centerless grinding
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The geometry relationship of workpiece in grinding process
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Workpiece instantaneous center
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Workpiece section diagram
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Geometry definition of workpiece
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Simulation results of workpiece without slip
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Harmonic spectrum after 48 revolutions (α=45°,β=13°,dx=dy=0.6 mm,f=10 μm/s)
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Roundness of workpiece in 80 revolutions with slip (α=45°,β=13°,dx=dy=0.6 mm,f=10 μm/s)
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Instantaneous center of rotation of the workpiece trace in 80 revolutions without slip (α=45°,β=13°,dx=dy=0.6 mm,f=10 μm/s)
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Instantaneous center of rotation of the workpiece trace in 80 revolutions in the simulation (α=45°,β=13°,dx=dy=0.6 mm,f=10 μm/s)
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Measured spectrum after 48 revolutions (α=45°,β=13°,dx=dy=0.6 mm,f=10 μm/s)
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Max slip tangent force vs current for magnetic driver (α=45°,β=13°,dx=dy=0.6 mm)
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Workpiece slip chart at 500 rpm
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Harmonic spectrum after 48 revolutions (α=45°,β=20°,dx=dy=0.6 mm,f=10 μm/s)
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Measured spectrum after 48 revolutions (α=45°,β=20°,dx=dy=0.6 mm,f=10 μm/s)

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