Experimental Models and Correlations between Surface Parameters after Slide Diamond Burnishing

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In the paper the set of representative parameters for a comprehensive assessment of the surface texture status after slide burnishing has been proposed. The analysis of correlations between the parameters of the surface texture, obtained by slide diamond burnishing of 317Ti steel has been performed. Correlations have been determined and several groups of surface texture parameters with strong mutual correlations (also parameters uncorrelated with the other) have been selected. For both groups of parameters - representative and uncorrelated - experimental mathematical relations defining influences of the input parameters of slide diamond burnishing on the surface texture parameters have been developed. Also, interaction effects for individual parameters of this finishing process have been disclosed. It has been found that by appropriate selection of input conditions of the slide diamond burnishing process, it is possible to obtain a wide range of states of the surface texture.

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