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Creep feed-an effective method to reduce work-surface temperature in high-efficiency grinding processes

Auther : P. G. WERNER AND M. A. YOUNIS

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University o f Bremen, West Germany and

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kuwait

 

ABSTRACT

 

Compared with conventional grinding processes, creep-feed grinding has frequently been suspected as the reason for inferior work quality regarding thermal effects in the work-surface layer. Analytical investigations, temperature measurements and practical observations, however, demonstrate clearly that in contrast to this common opinion the work-surface temperature in creep-feed grinding does indeed decrease significantly with increasing depth of cut.

  Beginning with a survey on the practical state-of-the-art of creep-feed grinding, the grinding forces and their relation to the grinding energy and the resulting work-surface temperatures are then described analytically. Finally, temperature measurements obtained by means of an improved microthermocouple are presented, proving the established analytical results.

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