Structuring Surfaces by Microfinishing Using Defined Abrasive Belts
AbstractMicrofinishing, also known as superfinishing or short-stroke honing, is a commonly used process for generating technical surfaces focusing on tribological applications. Due to microfinishing processes high surface qualities are manufacturable regarding the surface roughness and bearing area ratio. While the required characteristics for tribological loaded workpieces are changing with their rising significance, the surface structuring is becoming more and more important. With the use of defined abrasive belts, the possibilities of surface structuring by microfinishing are enhanced. The possibilities and challenges concerning surface structuring by microfinishing applying defined abrasive belts are described in this research study. Therefore, a geometrical-kinematic simulation is used to predict the theoretical structures generated by microfinishing, while in experimental investigations the influences of kinematic parameters and a multi-stage process sequence are considered. View Full-Text
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Tilger, M.; Kipp, M.; Schumann, S.; Dereli, T.T.; Biermann, D. Structuring Surfaces by Microfinishing Using Defined Abrasive Belts. Inventions 2017, 2, 33.
Tilger M, Kipp M, Schumann S, Dereli TT, Biermann D. Structuring Surfaces by Microfinishing Using Defined Abrasive Belts. Inventions. 2017; 2(4):33.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tilger, Meik; Kipp, Monika; Schumann, Sebastian; Dereli, Tountzer Tsagkir; Biermann, Dirk. 2017. "Structuring Surfaces by Microfinishing Using Defined Abrasive Belts." Inventions 2, no. 4: 33.
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