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Material removal rate (MRR) is an important feature of micro ECM and the process is based on chemical reactions. The rate of machining depends upon atomic weight, the current density, electrolyte and the time of machining. To know the effects of MRR on Inconel 625, experiments have been conducted by considering different parameters using stainless steel electrodes. In this present investigation, optimization is based on the Taguchi approach with grey relational analysis (GRA). The experimental runs have been planned using Taguchi's principle with three input machining variables such as…mehr

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Material removal rate (MRR) is an important feature of micro ECM and the process is based on chemical reactions. The rate of machining depends upon atomic weight, the current density, electrolyte and the time of machining. To know the effects of MRR on Inconel 625, experiments have been conducted by considering different parameters using stainless steel electrodes. In this present investigation, optimization is based on the Taguchi approach with grey relational analysis (GRA). The experimental runs have been planned using Taguchi's principle with three input machining variables such as electrolyte concentration, voltage and feed rate. Besides the MRR, the surface roughness and overcut was included as performance measures in this investigation. ANOVA was involved to investigate the influence of process parameters on performance characteristics during machining. The outcome of this analysis shows that the voltage is the predominant variable for the desired performance characteristics and also optimum parameters are identified. The regression models are developed to be used as predictive tools. The confirmation test was conducted to validate the results achieved by GRA approach.
Autorenporträt
Prof. S. Madhankumar is working as an assistant professor at SKCET, Coimbatore¿641008. He has obtained B.E in Mechanical Engineering from Sona College of Technology, Salem, India in 2015 and M.E a degree in Engineering Design from GCT, Coimbatore, India in 2017. His Research interests include Design, Optimization Techniques, and Material science.