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This research aims to understand flushing of by-products in electrochemical machining (ECM) by modeling and experimentally verifying mechanism of particle transport in inter-electrode gap under low frequency vibration. A series of hole were drilled on steel plates to evaluate the effect of vibration on material removal rate and hole quality. Infinite focus optical technique was used to capture and analyze the three-dimensional images of ECM'ed features. Experimental results showed that maximumdoi:10.26776/ijemm.02.04.2017.01 fatcat:mppx2cnx75cn5fa2e2yj453owi