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Types of MAF
Applications of MAF
Research gaps and Opportunities
Proposed plan of work
Progress in work
SEMINAR ON MAGNETIC ABRASIVE FINISHING
PREPARED BY :-
M.TECH (3rdSEM )
UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF – DR. AKSHAY DVIVEDI&
DR. RAHUL S. MULIK
Magnetic Abrasive Finishing (MAF) is the process which is capable of precision finishing of such work pieces.
Since MAF does not require direct contact with the tool, the particles can be introduced into areas which are hard to reach by conventional techniques.
MAP’s suitability for newly developed and wide-application non ferrous and composite materials has not to be determined clearly yet, thus further study is essential.
With that goal in sight, the present study we will test the MAP process with an non ferrous material Inconel 718 alloy.
Traditionally finishing processes are crucial, expensive, uncontrollable and a labor intensive phase in the overall production
It also contributes significantly to the total production time and cost.
The ever increasing demand from industry for better quality & cost competitive products with complex designs & superior materials needs a well - suited finishing process.
The application of magnetic field in the control of manufacturing process has become an area of interest.
In case of a flat large size work piece made of hard-to-machine material, the traditional finishing processes do not qualify to give nano level surface finish.
MAF is a process in which a mixture of non-ferromagnetic abrasives and ferromagnetic iron particles is taken and magnetically energized using a magnetic field.
The work piece is kept between the two poles (N and S pole) of a magnet.
Fig . Maf [V.K. Jain (2009)]
The working gap between the workpiece and the magnet is filled with magnetic abrasive particles (MAPs)
Map’s can be used as bonded or unbonded.
The magnetic abrasive particles join each other along the lines of magnetic force and form a flexible magnetic abrasive brush (FMAB).
This brush behaves like a multi-point cutting tool for the finishing operation.
Fig. Schematic view of a bonded magnetic abrasive particle[S.C. Jayswal ,etal(2005)]
Types of maf process
External surface magnetic finishing
Schematic view of external surface magnetic finishing,[T. Shinmura(1990)]
Plane (flat) surface magnetic abrasive finishing
Schematic view of plane (flat) magnetic abrasive finishing, [M.G.Patil (2012)]
Applications of maf process
Moulds as a part of their manufacturing activities
WORKPIECE MATERIAL : INCONEL 718
alloy is a high-strength, corrosion-resistant nickel chromium material and having high creep-rupture strength at high temperatures to about 700°C (1290°F)
Aerospace, gas turbines, rocket motors, spacecraft, space shuttles, nuclear reactors, pumps, turbo pump seals, and tooling.
225 BHN to 277 BHN
1.0011 (Since, permeability is >1 , so it is paramagnetic in nature)
Co-Efficient of Expansion:
Research gaps and Opportunities
Inconel has a wide number of applications in the presentworld so it is an area of research
to work on .
MAF can be a promising finishing process for Inconel as finishing forces during MAF are relatively less.
Most of the maf work is done on stainless steel so work on inconel 718 wiil be a good area to work on as it is hard then steel
In most maf operations bonded abrasives are used very little work is done using unbonded abrasives
PROPOSED PLAN OF WORK
Objective of the project
1) Develop a set up for plane surface
magnetic abrasive finishing of
Inconel 718 workpiece.
2) Parametric analysis of various
process parameters in Magnetic
Input process parameters:
1)Rotational speed of top magnet
2)Working gap between the upper magnet
and work piece
3)Mesh size of abrasive
1) Surface roughness (Ra)
2) Material removal (MR)
Facilities required for the output parameters:-
1) Surface roughness tester
PROGRESS IN WORK
1) Literature review is done
2) Material purchased for set up and
3) Process variables have been
4) Primary set up is been developed
in which permanent magnets are
5) They arearranged top and bottom
of the workpiece
Schematic of the setup to be developed[Tae-Wan Kim(2010)]
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