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Using a Potentiostat to Model In-Process Electromechanical Dressing

Published

Author(s)

Robert S. Polvani, A Fraker, Christopher J. Evans

Abstract

In-process electrochemical dressing insures true, sharp, stable wheels for efficient ceramic grinding. To better implement electrochemical dressing, we couple laboratory studies based on a potentiostat with shop floor grinding runs. To do this, a calomel reference electrode was added to the grinding spindle dressing head. The potentiostat is proving an effective means for screening materials, selecting dressing head running values, but most importantly, for developing a basic understanding of electrochemical dressing.
Proceedings Title
IMEC 1996 Proceedings
Conference Location
, USA

Keywords

dressing, electrochemical, grinding, in-process dressing, silicon nitride, superabrasives

Citation

Polvani, R. , Fraker, A. and Evans, C. (1996), Using a Potentiostat to Model In-Process Electromechanical Dressing, IMEC 1996 Proceedings, , USA (Accessed April 19, 2024)
Created December 31, 1995, Updated October 12, 2021