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Published in: The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 2/2024

10-03-2023 | ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Monitoring of surface roughness evolution during abrasive flow machining by acoustic emission

Authors: Sangil Han, Ferdinando Salvatore, Christophe Claudin, Joël Rech, Fabio Wosniak, Patrick Matt

Published in: The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology | Issue 2/2024

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Abstract

Abrasive flow machining (AFM) is very effective and widely adopted superfinishing process of internal channel surfaces in industry. There have been high demands for process monitoring of surface roughness evolution during AFM, as the evolution of surface roughness is sensitive to AFM medium variables, such as abrasive grain size and concentration, as well as process duration. Acoustic emission (AE) is known to be a promising tool to detect microscale deformation mechanisms arising from abrasion. This work has shown that there is a close correlation, during AFM with different media, between the evolution of surface roughness and material removal with the AE root mean square (RMS) and AE fast Fourier transform (FFT) signals. Moreover, AE signals are correlated to wear mechanisms, such as plowing and cutting mechanisms.

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Metadata
Title
Monitoring of surface roughness evolution during abrasive flow machining by acoustic emission
Authors
Sangil Han
Ferdinando Salvatore
Christophe Claudin
Joël Rech
Fabio Wosniak
Patrick Matt
Publication date
10-03-2023
Publisher
Springer London
Published in
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology / Issue 2/2024
Print ISSN: 0268-3768
Electronic ISSN: 1433-3015
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-023-11229-z

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