MODELING THE INFLUENCE OF METAL PHASE IN DIAMOND GRAINS ON SELF-SHARPENING OF GRINDING WHEELS ON CERAMIC BONDS
Keywords:diamond grinding wheel, processed material, diamond grain, superhard materials, wheel bond, stress-strain state, finite element method, equivalent stresses, self-sharpening, grinding modes
The article presents the results of theoretical studies using finite element modeling, which made it possible to determine the rational characteristics of diamond wheels based on ceramic and polymer bonds. The effect of the parameters of the diamond-bearing layer on the change in its stress-strain state in the process of microcutting of hard alloys and superhard materials has been studied. It is established that the determining factor in the occurrence of critical stresses during grinding is the temperature in the cutting area, the increase of which in the presence of metal phase inclusions in diamond grains with high values of thermal expansion coefficient can lead to destructive stresses in grains and, consequently, their premature destruction. It is advisable to use diamond grains with a minimum content of metal phase and the use in the manufacture of synthetic diamonds solvent metals with a low value of this coefficient, which will significantly increase the use of potentially high resource diamond grains.
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