Profile cutting on alumina ceramics by abrasive waterjet. II. Cutting performance models

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Predictive models for the major cutting performance measures, such as the kerf taper and depth of cut, are developed for both straight-slit cutting and profile cutting by an abrasive waterjet (AWJ). The plausibility and predictive capability of the models are assessed and verified by comparing the model predictions with the corresponding experimental data. Very good correlations between the predicted and experimental results have been found, which confirms the adequacy of the models for use in process planning.
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Wang, Jun
Liu, Hua
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2006
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