SURFACE ROUGHNESS MODELING DURING ELECTRIC DISCHARGE GRINDING WITH VARIABLE POLARITY OF ELECTRODES
Keywords:spatial position of erosion pits, statistical dimensions, roughness parameters, electrical modes
The article presents the probabilistic-statistical modeling of surface roughness in the process of electric discharge grinding with the variable polarity of electrodes. The correlation between electric modes of machining and indicators of the quality of the machined surface was established. A probabilistic-statistical model of part surface roughness formed during grinding is obtained, which establishes the correlation between high-altitude surface parameters and electrical machining modes. The developed model makes it possible to calculate the height parameters of the part roughness depending on the electrical modes of grinding. The height of microroughness is determined by the same machining conditions as the depth of erosion pits. It is possible to obtain low roughness if electrical machining modes are reduced.
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