THEORETICAL DETERMINATION OF REMOVED LAYER DEPTH AT ABRASIVE WATERJET TURNING
Keywords:waterjet turning, abrasive waterjet, theoretical model, geometrical characteristics, removed layer, depth of cut.
AbstractAbrasive waterjet turning is new technology to machine cylindrical or axisymmetric parts from hard to machine materials. One of the problems of waterjet turning is that the real depth of cut usually is not equal with the adjusted radial depth of cut. Aim of the paper is to develop a mathematical method for determining the real depth of turning. This method is based on the equality of effecting time of the jet at turning and simple kerfing test accomplished by abrasive waterjet.
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