In this paper, the geometry relationship of shoe centerless grinding for predicting the profile of workpiece is presented. Based on the model, critical parameters are studied. The model was compared with experimental results obtained from grinding trials.
Issue Section:Technical Papers
Topics:Geometry, Grinding, Simulation
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