Literature Review: Abrasive Jet Machining

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CHAPTER 2 2. LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 LITERATURE SURVEY A. Nouhi et al. [1] Researched on Abrasive jet machining on highly curved glass and PMMA surface. In this literature considering the variation in both local and stand of distance and divergence angle of each tangency of the jet. The machining operation are done on ceramics glass and ductile material. AJM has found use primarily in the machining of flat surface at perpendicular surface. If machining operation done on inclined surface and highly curved surface than a standoff distance and inclination angle change. This angle is high according to this literature paper. This effect through machining surface will highly corrode and surface erosion rate is high. In this literature paper set-up…show more content…
Srikanth et al [6] Analyzed on the abrasive jet machining. In this section experimental analysis of abrasive jet machining is discussed. The experimentation conducted by various researchers by influencing the abrasive jet machining (AJM) process parameter on material removal rate, surface integrity. The process parameter like SOD, carrier gas, air pressure, type of abrasive, size, mixing ratio etc. The goal was to develop eliminate the noise, dust and expertise demand by abrasive jet machine. Varma and lal explain the effect of nozzle pressure on MRR and SOD ON MRR. The erosion rate of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) with a stream of 25µm al2o3 particles. The diameter of nozzle ranging from 0.45 to 0.65 mm. The experiments were performed with plane grinder M7120 and work piece material 40cr steel which surface roughness means Ra=0.6µm. And this literature was conclude by the abrasive jet machine process is receiving more and more attention in the machining areas. The analysis of various parameters on MRR, analytical modelling are reviewed. The AJM which can be performed by changing the nozzle design, pressure, SOD etc. and compare the effect of various parameters on MRR. Here is much scope of research in AJM which can be performed by changing the nozzle design, nozzle pressure, SOD

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