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Proposition of a Solution for the Setting of the Abrasive Waterjet Cutting Technology

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    0426586 - ÚGN 2014 RIV SK eng J - Journal Article
    Valíček, Jan - Harničárová, M. - Kušnerová, M. - Grznárik, R. - Zavadil, J.
    Proposition of a Solution for the Setting of the Abrasive Waterjet Cutting Technology.
    Measurement Science Review. Roč. 13, č. 5 (2013), s. 279-285. ISSN 1335-8871
    R&D Projects: GA MŠk ED2.1.00/03.0082
    Institutional support: RVO:68145535
    Keywords : abrasive waterjet cutting of materials * surface topography function * correlation relations * surface roughness * optimization of technology
    Subject RIV: JQ - Machines ; Tools
    Impact factor: 1.162, year: 2013
    http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/msr.2013.13.issue-5/msr-2013-0041/msr-2013-0041.xml

    The submitted paper aims to clarify the abrasive waterjet technology, particularly from the point of view of produced surface topography. It provides a new insight into the deformation process caused by the effect of abrasive waterjet and into the possibilities of using the surface topography for solving the issues of optimization of the process. The subject of study is a system of cutting tool, material and final surface topography and optimization of their parameters. The cutting or disintegrating tool of abrasive waterjet technology is flexible. The trajectory of its cut traces is strictly determined here by disintegration resistance at critical moments of tool-material interaction. The physico-mechanical character of the interaction within the cut will manifest itself in the final surface condition. This process can be re-analysed by measuring the selected elements of topography and roughness on the final surface, namely depending on the depth of the cut, technological parameters of the tool and mechanical parameters of the material. The mentioned principle is the basis of the presented solution.
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