THEORETICAL VALUE AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ARITHMETIC MEAN DEVIATION IN ROTATIONAL TURNING
The calculation method of the Arithmetic Mean Deviation (Ra) is presented for rotational turning. The necessary equations for the calculation of Ra are given beginning from the equation of the cut surface theoretical profile, and we determine the theoretical values in the studied range of the technological parameters. Cutting experiments with these data were performed and the roughness values of the machined surfaces were measured. Then we carried out a comparative analysis of the measured and the calculated values of the arithmetic mean deviation.
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