Study on Grinding of Fine Ceramics (1st Report)
ファインセラミックスの研削に関する研究 (第1報)

Kenjiro OKAMURA, Heisaburo NAKAGAWA, Dungshe JIN
1985 Journal of the Japan Society of Precision Engineering  
Study on Grinding of Fine Ceramics (1st Report) Size Generation Process Kenjiro OKAMURA, Heisaburo NAKAGAWA and Dungshe JIN The existence of characteristic phenomena of fine ceramics, which is typical of brittle material, was revealed through the experiments of the transitional cutting with the sintered diamond tool. Each phenomenon such as rubbing, swelling, crack initiation, large-scale fracture, appears according to the interference depth of tool. In this paper, taking these results into
more » ... unt, the grinding process of fine ceramics was fully analyzed in a fixed infeed plunge grinding using a diamond grinding wheel. It becomes clear that in grinding of fine ceramics, the mechanism of material removal depends,on the quantity of real interference depth of wheel, and that the variations of size generation and grinding force are fairly unlike in grinding of metal in three states, namely, transient, steady and spark-out states. Also the effect of interference conditions between grinding wheel and workpiece on grinding phenomena was discussed.
doi:10.2493/jjspe1933.51.1763 fatcat:zl6tua36ercwxg2vny44xx5ama