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Title: Characterization of the surface functionality on precision machined engineering surfaces
Authors: Aris, NFM
Cheng, K
Keywords: Surface functionality;3D surface roughness;3D surface texture;Precision machining
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Springer
Citation: International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology. 38(3-4) 402-409, Aug 2008
Abstract: The surfaces characterization of a component generated from the machining process is important as the surfaces have significant effects on the performance of the component and associated product. The work presented aims to investigate the surfaces functionality characterization of a component by using 3D surface parameters. The paper also investigates the surface generation in relation with the machining process and the associated functionality formation. The corresponding surface characterization is investigated with two case studies on typical engineering components. The generation of the sample surfaces and associated surface functionalities are also studied by MATLAB-based modelling and simulation. The relationship between surface characterization and surface functionality are further studied by the simulations. The paper concludes with discussions on the applications and potential of this approach for the achievement of high quality surfaces, optimization and control of their functional performance at the machining stage.
ISSN: 0628-3768
Appears in Collections:Advanced Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering (AMEE)
Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers

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