Overview of the centrifugal methods of provision the grinding fluid to the grinding zone
This article presents five methods of centrifugal provision the grinding fluid to the grinding zone such as centrifugal grinding fluid supplying through the grinding spindle and through the grinding wheel, centrifugal grinding fluid provision through the channels in the grinding wheel body and grinding wheel pores, centrifugal grinding fluid provision through the channels in the body and space between abrasive segments, centrifugal grinding fluid provision through the grinding wheel divider radial channels, centrifugal grinding fluid supply method with use of zonal centrifugal grinding fluid provision system. The described characteristics were referred primarily to the conventional flood cooling method as a reference. In summary the conclusions drawn after mentioned characteristics analysis were presented.
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