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Fluid Flow and Pressure in the Grinding Wheel-Workpiece Interface

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Vladimir Gviniashvili, John Webster, Brian Rowe

AMTTREL School of Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, L3 3AF, UK

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 127(1), 198-205 (Mar 21, 2005) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1830051 History: Received September 30, 2003; Revised February 10, 2004; Online March 21, 2005
Copyright © 2005 by ASME
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Movement of a fluid layer on the surface of a rotating wheel
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Schematic illustration of the fluid flow in the wheel-workpiece interface
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Experimental rig on the Abwood Series 5020 surface-grinding machine
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Contact pressure for the impervious disk with a 0.15 mm gap nozzle
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Measured useful flow rates and calculated values based on contact pressure for the impervious disk with a 0.15 mm gap nozzle
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Calculated useful flow rates based on contact pressure with and without air interaction for the impervious disc with a 0.15 mm gap nozzle
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Contact pressure for the impervious disk employing a nozzle with 0.4 mm gap
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Experimental and theoretical useful flow rates based on contact pressure for the impervious disk with a 0.4 mm gap nozzle
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Calculated useful flow rates based on contact pressure with and without air interaction for the impervious disk with a 0.4 mm gap nozzle
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Fluid contact pressure for the impervious disc with a 2 mm gap nozzle
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Measured and theoretical useful flow rates based on contact pressure for the impervious disc with a 2 mm gap nozzle
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Theoretical useful flowrates based on contact pressure with and without air interaction for the impervious disk with a 2 mm gap nozzle
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Contact pressure for a porous CBN grinding wheel with a 0.15 mm gap nozzle
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Experimental and theoretical useful flow rates based on contact pressure for a porous CBN grinding wheel with a 0.15 mm gap nozzle
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Contact pressure for the porous CBN grinding wheel with a 0.4 mm gap nozzle
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Experimental and theoretical useful flow rates based on contact pressure for a porous CBN grinding wheel with a 0.4 mm gap nozzle
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Contact pressure for a porous CBN grinding wheel with a 2 mm gap nozzle
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Experimental and theoretical useful flow rates based on contact pressure for a porous CBN grinding wheel with a 2 mm gap nozzle

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