Grinding Force Model and Experimental Study on Ultrasonic Assisted Spiral Grinding of Silicon Carbide Ceramic Materials

Authors

  • Chongyang Zhao
  • Chenyu Liang
  • Xiaobo Wang
  • Yi Wang
  • Jishan Han

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/0kj0am96

Keywords:

Ultrasonic assisted spiral grinding, Silicon carbide ceramics, Grinding force model, Size accuracy of aperture.

Abstract

In order to reveal the mechanical properties of silicon carbide ceramic materials during the drilling process, based on the indentation fracture mechanics theory, a grinding force model of ultrasonic assisted spiral grinding for hole making was established, and the experimental results of ultrasonic assisted spiral grinding for hole making verified the mechanical model.  The results showed that the experimental results had the same change trend as the predicted results of the established mechanical model, and the values were close to each other, indicating the accuracy of the established prediction model.  The influence of different process parameters on the size accuracy of the hole inlet and outlet aperture after machining is analyzed. It is found that it should be selected as large rotation speed, moderate axial feed speed and small feed pitch to ensure the accuracy of the aperture and effectively suppress the aperture defects during ultrasonic assisted spiral grinding.

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Published

26-03-2024

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Grinding Force Model and Experimental Study on Ultrasonic Assisted Spiral Grinding of Silicon Carbide Ceramic Materials. (2024). Academic Journal of Science and Technology, 10(1), 221-227. https://doi.org/10.54097/0kj0am96

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