Chen, Xun (2002) The sharpness of grinding wheels: an important measure of grinding behaviour. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, 216 (5). pp. 829-832. ISSN 0954-4054
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This paper aims to make a clearer picture of the sharpness of grinding wheels in terms of the wheel performance in grinding. It was found that the system time constant is the most sensitive to any change in wheel dressing operation, which has strong eVects on the wheel topography. The effects of dressing conditions were investigated together with the grinding conditions. Some control strategies for improvement of the grinding operation by considering wheel sharpness are presented
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X. Chen, 2002. The sharpness of grinding wheels: an important measure of grinding behaviour. Proceedings of the I Mechl E. Part B, Journal of Engineering Manufacture, Vol.216, pp. 829-832.
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