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Machining Characteristics according to Electrochemical Polishing (ECP) Conditions of Stainless Steel Mesh
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 Title & Authors
Machining Characteristics according to Electrochemical Polishing (ECP) Conditions of Stainless Steel Mesh
Kim, Uk Su; Park, Jeong Woo;
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 Abstract
Stainless steel mesh has been used as a filter in various fields, including domestic, medical, etc. However, the surface before machining may have an adverse effect the product quality and performance because it is not smooth. Especially, adsorbed impurities in the surface result in difficulty in cleaning. Therefore, in this paper, we propose an improved surface quality through electrochemical polishing (ECP). Two electrodes, composed of STS304 (anode) and copper (cathode) underwent machining with two conditions according to polishing time and current density. As the polishing time and current density increase, the surface of curvature decreases, and roughness and material removal rate (MRR) improves. The machined surface roughness and image were obtained through the atomic force microscope (AFM) and stereoscopic microscope. The study also analyzed hydrophilic effect through contact angles. This obtains corrosion resistance, smoothness, hydrophilic property, etc.
 Keywords
Electrochemical Machining;Stainless Steel Mesh;Atomic Force Microscope;Hydrophilic;Contact Angle;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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소비자 지향 3차원 헬멧제품 제작을 위한 UV레이저 기반의 폴리머/금속적층에 대한 기초연구,강보석;안동규;신보성;신종국;

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