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The study uses the techniques of jet forward impact angles and multipass operations both individually and concurrently when cutting an alumina ceramic and a polymer matrix composite. A brief report on the effect of jet impactangle in single pass cutting is made first, which shows that the optimum jet impact angle for both the ceramics and polymer matrix composite is about 80°.

Water Jet Article about cutting performance in abrasive waterjet machining

An experimental study to enhance the cutting performance in abrasive waterjet machining J. Wang, T. Kuriyagawa and C.Z. Huang School of Mechanical, Manufacturing and Medical Engineering, Queensland University of Technology, GPO Box 2434, Brisbane, Qld. 4001, Australia ABSTRACT An experimental study to enhance the cutting performance in abrasive waterjet (AWJ) machining is presented. The study uses the […]