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Supercomputer Modeling of the Grinding Force with Account for Blunting of Abrasive Grains of the Grinding Wheel

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Dmitrii Ardashev

Associate professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, South Ural State University, Lenin Prospect, 76, Chelyabinsk, 454080, Russia
ardashevdv@susu.ru

Aleksandr Dyakonov

Vice-rector, professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, South Ural State University, Lenin Prospect, 76, Chelyabinsk, 454080, Russia
diakonovaa@susu.ru

1Corresponding author.

ASME doi:10.1115/1.4037939 History: Received March 27, 2017; Revised September 16, 2017

Abstract

The paper offers a simulation model of the grinding force with account for the current condition of the grinding wheel's working surface - the value of the abrasive grain blunting area. The model of blunting area takes into account various wear mechanisms for abrasive grains: the mechanical wear is realized on the provisions of the kinetic theory of the strength of a solid subjected to cyclic loads, and the physicochemical wear is based on the intensity of interaction between the abrasive and the treated material at grinding temperatures. The offered model of the grinding force takes into account the unsteady stochastic nature of the interaction between abrasive grains of the grinding wheel and the working surface and the intensity of workpiece material deformation resistance. The model is multifactoral and complex and can be realised by supercomputer modeling. The numerical implementation of the model was performed with application of supercomputer devices engaging parallel calculations. The performed experiments on measurement of the grinding force during circular grinding have shown a 10 percent convergence with the calculated values. The developed grinding force model can be used as a forecast model to determine operational functionality of grinding wheel when used in varying technological conditions. Keywords: grinding force, abrasive grain blunting area, wear

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