Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2014
Volume: 9
Issue: 10
Page No. 696 - 699

Introduction to Theory of Transverse Centerless Grinding of Large Cylindrical Surfaces

Authors : Nikolay Andreevich Pelipenko, Sergey Nikolaevich Sanin, Alexandr Alexandrovich Afanasjev, Tatjana Alexandrovna Dujun and Andrey Alexandrovich Gunkin

Abstract: The study presents a review of existing technical solutions in the sphere of restorative mechanical treatment of rolling surfaces of large rotating parts without their dismantling from a plant. Researchers emphasize comparison of an edge cutting and an abrasive method of surface treatment of large parts with variable rotation axes. A comparative analysis of the grinding methods known from the previous scientific works with indication of their advantages and disadvantages can be found here as well. There were considered the aspects of the theory of restorative treatment with use of transverse grinding. An operation scheme for abrasive tools at time of transverse grinding of tires was demonstrated. An operation scheme for abrasive belt grain was described and a model for calculation of its tension force was presented. The study contains recommendations for creation of a new technology and equipment for restorative surface treatment by means of transverse abrasive belt grinding. Conclusion and findings give information on perspective capabilities of automation of the offered restorative surface treatment technology.

How to cite this article:

Nikolay Andreevich Pelipenko, Sergey Nikolaevich Sanin, Alexandr Alexandrovich Afanasjev, Tatjana Alexandrovna Dujun and Andrey Alexandrovich Gunkin, 2014. Introduction to Theory of Transverse Centerless Grinding of Large Cylindrical Surfaces. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 9: 696-699.

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