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Tool Condition Monitoring of Single-Point Dresser Using Acoustic Emission and Neural Networks Models
(IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 2014-03-01) [Artigo]
Identification and online monitoring of the dresser wear are necessary to guarantee a desired wheel surface and improve the effectiveness of grinding process to a satisfactory level. However, tool wear is a complex phenomenon ...
Evaluation of different methods of cooling-lubrication in cylindrical grinding of advanced ceramic dip
(Materials Research, 2014-10-01) [Artigo]
The current work presents a study of alternative methods of cooling-lubrication for the external plunge grinding of advanced ceramics using diamond wheels. These two alternative methods, which are intended to reduce cutting ...
Digital signal processing of acoustic emission signals using power spectral density and counts statistic applied to single-point dressing operation
(Iet Science Measurement & Technology, 2017-08-01) [Artigo]
Dressing is an important operation for the grinding process. Its goal is to recondition the wheel tool to re-establish its cutting characteristics, owing to the wear produced after successive passes. Monitoring systems ...
Plunge cylindrical grinding with the minimum quantity lubrication coolant technique assisted with wheel cleaning system
(International Journal Of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2018-03-01) [Artigo]
MQL technique is considered as a cleaner machining compared to the conventional coolant delivery one, thereby ensuring environmental sustainability and economic benefits. However, one of problems commonly reported when ...
Effect of CBN grain friability in hardened steel plunge grinding
(International Journal Of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2019-07-01) [Artigo]
Nowadays, modern technology allows engineers to create tools with more adequate properties depending on the application. Currently, a lot of components require dimensional and geometric precision with tolerances increasingly ...
Monitoring of Self-Excited Vibration in Grinding Process Using Time-Frequency Analysis of Acceleration Signals
(2018 13th Ieee International Conference On Industry Applications (induscon), 2018-01-01) [Trabalho apresentado em evento]
Grinding is a finish manufacturing process for high precision parts. As the part has high value added at this stage, anomalies and defects are unacceptable. Self-excited vibration or just chatter is an undesirable and ...