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|Title:||An experimental study on the abrasive jet deburring of cross-drilled holes|
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|Citation:||Journal of Materials Processing Technology 91(1-3), 178-182|
|Abstract:||Deburring of cross-drilled holes by secondary erosion of an abrasive jet was carried out and the parameters were identified. The detailed studies carried out on the parameters indicate that the parameter stand-off distance, burr root-to-stopper distance, abrasive grit size and mixing ratio significantly affect the deburring process. A burr model for 90° cross-drilled holes is also presented in this paper.|
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