Experimental Study of Surface Characteristics in Grinding Ti-6Al-4V Using 4% MWCNT Incorporated CBN Grinding Wheel
Keywords:Surface characteristics, Grinding
In the following report, the experiment was discussed in detail, which is about the experimental learning and observational study of the surface characteristics of grade 5 Titanium (Ti-6Al-4V) using the Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) grinding wheel and with 4% Multiwall Carbon Nano Tube (CNT) reinforced CBN grinding wheel. After the completion of the experiment, parameters of the Titanium work pieces were measured and compared between both the wheels. It was found out that the surface roughness parameters are not better for the 4% CNT wheel (wheel B) when compared to the CBN grinding wheel (wheel A). Whereas, the Material Removal Rate (MRR) of the wheel A is lesser than that of wheel B. For a better assessment, each wheel is used to grind 7 cubes of Ti-6Al-4V of which 4 sides are used. This gives a total of 28 surfaces.
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