DOI: 10.3390/lubricants11120508 ISSN: 2075-4442

Analysis, Modeling and Experimental Study of the Normal Contact Stiffness of Rough Surfaces in Grinding

Yuzhu Bai, Xiaohong Jia, Fei Guo, Shuangfu Suo
  • Surfaces, Coatings and Films
  • Mechanical Engineering

Grinding is the most important method in machining, which belongs to the category of precision machining processes. Many mechanical bonding surfaces are grinding surfaces. Therefore, the contact mechanism of grinding a joint surface is of great significance for predicting the loading process and dynamic characteristics of precision mechanical products. In this paper, based on the collected grinding surface roughness data, the profile parameters and topography characteristics of the asperity were analyzed, the rough surface data were fitted, the asperity profile was reconstructed, and the parabola y = nx2 + mx + l of the cylindrical asperity model was established. After analyzing the rough surface data of the grinding process, the asperity distribution height was fitted with a Gaussian distribution function, which proved that asperity follows the Gaussian distribution law. The validity of this model was confirmed by the non-dimensional processing of the assumed model and the fitting of six plasticity indices. When the pressure is the same, the normal stiffness increases with the decrease in the roughness value of the joint surface. The experimental stiffness values are basically consistent with the fitting stiffness values of the newly established model, which verifies the reliability and effectiveness of the new model established for the grinding surface. In this paper, a new model for grinding joint surface is established, and an experimental platform is set up to verify the validity of the model.

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