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Performance of a TR-iso-pulse generator in micro ED-drilling

Author:
Shin, Min-Chul  Kim, Yoo-Seok  Cheong, Hyeong-Gyun  Chu, Chong-Nam  


Journal:
PRECISION ENGINEERING-JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETIES FOR PRECISION ENGINEERING AND NANOTECHNOLOGY


Issue Date:
2019


Abstract(summary):

This study describes a TR-iso-pulse generator which has better machining performance than an RC-pulse generator in micro-electrical discharge drilling (micro ED-drilling). Although machining with a TR-pulse generator is more efficient compared to when using a RC-pulse generator in macro-scale EDM, an RC-pulse generator is often used in micro EDM because it can generate the short discharge pulse necessary to minimize the discharge energy. However, to increase the machining efficiency, it is necessary to develop a TR-iso-pulse generator capable of generating a small amount of uniform discharge energy. In this research, a TR-iso-pulse generator was constructed for micro ED-drilling. For an accurate performance comparison between an RC-pulse generator and a TR-iso-pulse generator, each pulse generator was set up to generate the same discharge energy for a single discharge. Through micro ED-drilling, material removal rate (MRR) and relative wear ratio (RWR) were measured with respect to feed rate, and then the periphery of the machined hole, longitudinal section, lateral overcut, and surface roughness were compared for machining accuracy analyses. As a result, MRR was increased by 121% and RWR was decreased by 39% in the TR-iso-pulse generator compared with the RC-pulse generator. In addition, while lateral overcut was increased by 4.63%, less amounts of re-solidified material were deposited at the periphery of the machined hole and surface roughness was also reduced by 22% in the TR-iso-pulse generator.


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438---446


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