MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR ELECTRO-DISCHARGE MACHINED SURFACE ROUGHNESS.

Sudhakar M. Pandit, Kamlakar P. Rajurkar

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Abstract

This paper presents a quantitative investigation into the surface roughness profiles with supporting evidence from SEM photomicrographs. Profiles obtained from a full factorial experiment are used with the model to estimate RMS and effective correlation length. Regression equations and isometric nomograms are developed relating these topographical indices to pulse duration and machining time. Geometrical interpretation of the effective correlation length as a measure of representative crater radius is justified.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages339-345
Number of pages7
StatePublished - Jan 1 1978
EventManuf Eng Trans, 1978, North Am Metalwork Res Conf Proc, 6th - Gainesville, FL, USA
Duration: Apr 16 1978Apr 19 1978

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OtherManuf Eng Trans, 1978, North Am Metalwork Res Conf Proc, 6th
CityGainesville, FL, USA
Period4/16/784/19/78

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Nomograms
Machining
Surface roughness
Mathematical models
Scanning electron microscopy
Experiments

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Pandit, S. M., & Rajurkar, K. P. (1978). MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR ELECTRO-DISCHARGE MACHINED SURFACE ROUGHNESS.. 339-345. Paper presented at Manuf Eng Trans, 1978, North Am Metalwork Res Conf Proc, 6th, Gainesville, FL, USA, .

MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR ELECTRO-DISCHARGE MACHINED SURFACE ROUGHNESS. / Pandit, Sudhakar M.; Rajurkar, Kamlakar P.

1978. 339-345 Paper presented at Manuf Eng Trans, 1978, North Am Metalwork Res Conf Proc, 6th, Gainesville, FL, USA, .

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Pandit, SM & Rajurkar, KP 1978, 'MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR ELECTRO-DISCHARGE MACHINED SURFACE ROUGHNESS.', Paper presented at Manuf Eng Trans, 1978, North Am Metalwork Res Conf Proc, 6th, Gainesville, FL, USA, 4/16/78 - 4/19/78 pp. 339-345.
Pandit SM, Rajurkar KP. MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR ELECTRO-DISCHARGE MACHINED SURFACE ROUGHNESS.. 1978. Paper presented at Manuf Eng Trans, 1978, North Am Metalwork Res Conf Proc, 6th, Gainesville, FL, USA, .
Pandit, Sudhakar M. ; Rajurkar, Kamlakar P. / MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR ELECTRO-DISCHARGE MACHINED SURFACE ROUGHNESS. Paper presented at Manuf Eng Trans, 1978, North Am Metalwork Res Conf Proc, 6th, Gainesville, FL, USA, .7 p.
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