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De Dwaipayan, Nandi Titas and Bandyopadhyay Asish

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Vladimír Šimna

metal removal Rate and surface roughness on Wire EDM using Taguchi method. In: IEEE-International Conference on Advances. In Engineering, Science and Management (ICAESM, 2012).

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Mieczyslaw Korzynski, Kazimiera Dudek, Arkadiusz Palczak, Bartosz Kruczek and Paweł Kocurek

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S. Prabhu and B. K. Vinayagam

surface roughness and topography. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 2008, Vol. 200, pp. 250-258. [4] Kansal H.K., Sehijpal Singh, Kumar P.: Parametric optimization of powder mixed electrical discharge machining by response surface methodology. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 2005, Vol. 169, pp. 427-436. [5] Wong Y.S., Lim L.C., Iqbal Rahuman, Tee W.M.: Near-mirror-finish phenomenon in EDM using powder-mixed dielectric. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 1998, Vol. 9, pp. 30-40. [6] Te

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D. Palanisamy and P. Senthil

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Q. Liang, W. Wu, D. Zhang, B. Wei, W. Sun, Y. Wang and Y. Ge

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Md. Shahjada Tarafder and M. Al Mursaline

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Wojciech Kapłonek, Krzysztof Nadolny and Grzegorz M. Królczyk

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G.C.M. Patel, P. Krishna, P.R. Vundavilli and M.B. Parappagoudar

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Adam Ruszaj, Sebastian Skoczypiec and Dominik Wyszyński

P.M., Modelling of material removal rate in electric discharge grinding process , International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture, 74, 65–73, 2013. [22] Shrivastava P.K, Dubey A.K., Experimental modeling and optimization of electric discharge diamond face grinding of metal matrix composite , International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 69, 2471–2480, 2013. [23] Menesis I., Koshy P., Assessment of abrasion assisted material removal in wire EDM , CIRP Annals – Manufacturing Technology, 57, 195–198, 2008. [24] Koshy P., Jain G