a study of kerf characteristics in abrasive waterjet

A study on kerf characteristics of hybrid aluminium 7075

2016/6/16A study on kerf characteristics of hybrid aluminium 7075 metal matrix composites machined using abrasive water jet machining technology KSK Sasikumar, KP Arulshri, K Ponappa, and M Uthayakumar Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture 2016 232 : 4, 690-704

Impact characteristics and stagnation formation on a solid surface by a supersonic abrasive waterjet

Impact characteristics and stagnation formation on a solid surface by a supersonic abrasive waterjet Kunlapat Thongkaew1, Jun Wang and Guan Heng Yeoh School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales

(PDF) ANALYSIS OF STRESSES IN ABRASIVE WATERJET

Based on both Finnie's and Bitter's models, Hashish [4][5][6] developed an extensive modeling study of abrasive waterjet machining. Although the importance of the effect of the strain rate was pointed out, no consideration was taken to account for it in formulating the AWJM prediction equations such as the previous two researchers.

COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF ABRASIVE WATERJET CUT KERF QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS

Organized and Sponsored by the WaterJet Technology Association 2009 American WJTA Conference and Expo August 18-20, 2009 • Houston, Texas Paper COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF ABRASIVE WATERJET CUT KERF QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS

A study of abrasive waterjet cutting of metallic coated

A study of Abrasive Waterjet (AWJ) cutting of metallic coated sheet steels is presented based on a statistically designed experiment. It shows that AWJ cutting is a viable technology for processing metallic coated sheet steels with good productivity and kerf quality. A scanning electron microscopy analysis indicates that micromachining and plastic deformation are the dominant cutting phenomena

Analysis of Kerf Taper Angle in Abrasive Water Jet Cutting of Makrana White Marble

Analysis of Kerf Taper Angle in Abrasive Water Jet Cutting of Makrana White Marble Vishal Gupta1*, M.P. Garg 2, N.K. Batra and R. Khanna 1Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, M.M.University, Mullana (Ambala), India

Abrasive Waterjet Cutting Surfaces of Ceramics

"A study of kerf characteristics in abrasive waterjet machining of graphite/epoxy composites". ASME Mach. Adv.Comp. 45(66): pp 125-151, 1993. [18] Wang J, Wong W C K. "A study of waterjet cutting of metallic coated sheet steels". International Journal of

A study on the prediction of kerf angle in abrasive waterjet

2012/8/6In this study, the effects of the abrasive waterjet operating variables on the kerf angle were studied and the material properties were correlated with the kerf angle. The Taguchi method was followed to conduct the experimentation and the regression modeling was used in order to build models for prediction of dependent (kerf angle) from independent (operating and material properties) variables.

Profile cutting on alumina ceramics by abrasive waterjet. Part 1:

Keywords: abrasive waterjet, profile cutting, cutting performance, abrasive waterjet cutting 1 INTRODUCTION 3.1 Kerf characteristics A visualization study on the kerfs produced has been carried out and found that two kinds of kerfs were formed depending on

A Modeling Study of Metal Cutting With Abrasive

These parameters included waterjet pressure, waterjet diameter, abrasive material, particle size, abrasive flow rate, traverse rate, and number of passes. The penetration process was found to be cyclic and to consist of more than one cutting regime as the kerf developed.

ABRASIVE WATERJET PROCESS PARAMETERS INFLUENCE ON STAINLESS STEEL AISI 304 MACROGEOMETRICAL CUTTING QUALITY

waterjet cutting are available [1,2,3,5], the object is to determine the final shape of the kerf walls, that is a function of the geometric characteristic of the abrasive waterjet tool

Modelling the cutting process and cutting performance in

2008/12/3abrasive waterjet cutting, nozzle oscillation, experimental design and data analysis, cutting performance, kerf characteristics, mathematical modelling, dimensional analysis, model verification Divisions: Past QUT Faculties Divisions Faculty of Built

A Machinability Study of Kevlar

A correlation for predicting the kerf profile from abrasive waterjet cutting . Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, vol.30, pp 337-343, 2006. 8. Kovacevic R. Monitoring the depth of abrasive waterjet penetration . International Journal of Machine Tools

JetTalk: Understanding Kerf in abrasive waterjet cutting

Typically, the waterjet Kerf is between 0.030″ to 0.040″ (0.76 mm to 1.02 mm), depending on pump pressure, application, the level of precision and cutting edge requirements. The ideal abrasive for achieving minimal Kerf geometry

Profile cutting on alumina ceramics by abrasive waterjet. Part 1:

Keywords: abrasive waterjet, profile cutting, cutting performance, abrasive waterjet cutting 1 INTRODUCTION 3.1 Kerf characteristics A visualization study on the kerfs produced has been carried out and found that two kinds of kerfs were formed depending on

Analysis of Kerf Taper Angle in Abrasive Water Jet Cutting of Makrana White Marble

Analysis of Kerf Taper Angle in Abrasive Water Jet Cutting of Makrana White Marble Vishal Gupta1*, M.P. Garg 2, N.K. Batra and R. Khanna 1Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, M.M.University, Mullana (Ambala), India

A study on the prediction of kerf angle in abrasive

In this study, the effects of the abrasive waterjet operating variables on the kerf angle were studied and the material properties were correlated with the kerf angle. The Taguchi method was followed to conduct the experimentation and the regression modeling was used in order to build models for prediction of dependent (kerf angle) from independent (operating and material properties) variables.

Abrasive Waterjet Cutting Surfaces of Ceramics

Abrasive waterjet cutting has been proven to be an effective technology for processing variety of engineering materials. It is an emerging technology and has various distinct advantages over the other non-traditional cutting technologies. This paper assesses the influence of process parameters on surface roughness (Ra) which is an important cutting performance measure in abrasive waterjet

A Machinability Study of Kevlar

A correlation for predicting the kerf profile from abrasive waterjet cutting . Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, vol.30, pp 337-343, 2006. 8. Kovacevic R. Monitoring the depth of abrasive waterjet penetration . International Journal of Machine Tools

Process Capability and Average Roughness in Abrasive

The objective of this study was to examine the effects of abrasive water jet machining variables like cutting speed of the stainless steel material. The roughness of the varied surface through the cut depth was also measured and determined as a process capability index of 3 zones machined surface.

Modelling the Cutting Process and Cutting Performance in Abrasive Waterjet Machining with Controlled Nozzle Oscillation

Abrasive waterjet cutting, nozzle oscillation, experimental design and data analysis, cutting performance, kerf characteristics, mathematical modelling, dimensional analysis, model verification.

[PDF] Effects of Process Parameters Depth of Cut Model

Abrasive waterjet cutting is one of the non-traditional cutting processes capable of cutting wide range of hard-to-cut materials. This paper assesses the influence of process parameters on depth of cut which is an important cutting performance measure in abrasive waterjet cutting of ceramics. Experiments were conducted in varying water pressure, nozzle traverse speed, abrasive mass flow rate

Analysis of the kerf angle of the granite machined by abrasive waterjet

kerf characteristics of alumina-based ceramics for prediction and optimisation of abrasive waterjet cutting performance. The kerf geometry, kerf wall features and cutting front characteristics of machining of graphite/epoxy composites in abrasive7

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