Volume 6 Issue 3 - January 2016

  • 1. Experimental investigations into the effect of process parameters on performance measures of sink edm process- a review till the year 2010 and future work

    Authors : Prabhu Basanna Choudri, Dr. S. V. Gopal

    Pages : 504-511

    Keywords : Die sinker EDM, MRR, TWR, SR, SF, taper, Overcut, WLT, HAZ, HV, Taguchi

    Abstract :

    Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) is a fusion-thermal erosion manufacturing process whereby electrically conductive work material is melted and vaporized by immersing in a dielectric fluid with a series of spark discharges between the tool electrode and work piece created by a DC power supply. It is widely used in automotive, defense, aerospace, micro systems, mould and die making industries to produce die cavities, small deep holes, narrow slots, turbine blades, and intricate shapes and plays an excellent role in the development of least cost products with more reliable quality assurance. In recent years, EDM researchers have explored a number of ways to improve various process parameters for achieving higher MRR with reduction in TWR and improved surface quality. This paper reviews the research work carried out from the beginning to the development of die-sinking EDM till 2010. It reports on the EDM research pertaining to improve performance measures, optimizing the process varia

    Citing this Journal Article :

    Prabhu Basanna Choudri, Dr. S. V. Gopal, "Experimental investigations into the effect of process parameters on performance measures of sink edm process- a review till the year 2010 and future work", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=898&j_id=2894, Volume 6 Issue 3 - January 2016, 504-511, #ijltetorg