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“…RO=2ea24 Pm "eccentric wheel" From the figure we can also see that run-out was reduced drastically after just a few tests (Test 2 to Test 3). This could be caused by two phenomena: 1) the wheel is shifting on the hub, as proposed by Bennett and May [3]; or 2) the wheel wear on the high point of the wheel is reducing eccentricity. If wheel wear is the dominant reason, the grits on the high point would have worn about one-quarter of a grit diameter, which seems large considering the small amount of material removed.…”
Section: Run-out Measurement Resultsmentioning
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“…RO=2ea24 Pm "eccentric wheel" From the figure we can also see that run-out was reduced drastically after just a few tests (Test 2 to Test 3). This could be caused by two phenomena: 1) the wheel is shifting on the hub, as proposed by Bennett and May [3]; or 2) the wheel wear on the high point of the wheel is reducing eccentricity. If wheel wear is the dominant reason, the grits on the high point would have worn about one-quarter of a grit diameter, which seems large considering the small amount of material removed.…”
Section: Run-out Measurement Resultsmentioning
“…In cylindrical grinding, this wave shaft can be calculated by the ratio of wheel rotational speed to workpiece rotational speed [3,5]. In surface grinding, however, this wave shift will be more or less random.…”
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“…Prior to each experimental replication, micro/macro geometries of grinding wheel were ensured through dressing/truing and balancing operation was performed as per standard recommendations. 49 A piezoelectric dynamometer (KISTLER 9257B) was used to capture the cutting force signals and a dedicated data acquisition system with Dynoware software was used to process the signals. Defects were assessed through microscopic images captured using Zeiss make SEM and a trinocular Axio Scope Carl Ziess reflected light microscope.…”
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“…The grinding wheel approaches the workpiece automatically during the transverse acting of the rotating workpiece during traverse grinding, and in plunge grinding the rotating workpiece is kept stationary without table traverse [18][19]. The improved productivity in machining depends on the higher material removal rate with higher surface finish achieved through the correct choice of process parameters which require in-depth knowledge on wheel and machine cutting parameters [10].…”
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