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12. Inasaki, I. “Monitoring of Dressing and Grinding Processes with Acoustic Emission Signals.” Annals of CIRP. Vol. 34, No. 1. Paris, France: College International pour la Recherche en Productique [International Institution for Production Engineering Research] (1985): p 277-280. 13. Blum, T. and D.A. Dornfeld. “Grinding Process Feedback Using Acoustic Emission.” Proceedings of 4th International Grinding Conference. MR90-525. Dearborn, MI: Society of Manufacturing Engineers (1990). 14. Konig, W. and H.P. Meyen. “AE in Grinding and Dressing: Accuracy and Process Reliability.” Proceedings of 4th International Grinding Conference. Paper MR90-526. Dearborn, MI: Society of Manufacturing Engineers (1990). 15. Konig, W. and T. Klumpen. “Monitoring and Sensor Concepts for Higher Process Reliability.” Proceedings of 5th International Grinding Conference . Dearborn, MI: Society of Manufacturing Engineers (1993). 16. Oliveira, J.F.G. and D.A. Dornfeld. “Dimensional Characterization of Grinding Wheel Surface through Acoustic Emission.” Annals of CIRP. Vol. 43, No. 1. Paris, France: College International pour la Recherche en Productique [International Institution for Production Engineering Research] (1994): p 291-294. 267 Acoustic Emission Testing for Process and Condition Monitoring References
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17. Webster, J., W.P. Dong and R. Lindsay. “Raw Acoustic Emission Signal Analysis of Grinding Process.” Annals of the CIRP. Vol. 45, No. 1. Paris, France: College International pour la Recherche en Productique [International Institution for Production Engineering Research] (1996): p 335-340. 18. Wakuda, M., I. Inasaki, K. Ogawa and M. Takahara. “Monitoring of the Grinding Process with an AE Sensor Integrated CBN Wheel.” Journal of the JSPE. Vol. 59, No. 2. Tokyo, Japan: Japanese Society for Precision Engineering (1993): p 97-102. 19. Chang, Y.P. and D.A. Dornfeld. “Chatter and Surface Pattern Detection for Cylindrical Grinding Using a Fluid Coupled Acoustic Emission Sensor.” International Conference on Machining of Advanced Materials. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Standards and Technology (1993): p 159-167. 20. Kluft, W. “Monitoring the Grinding and Dressing Operations Increases Output and Quality and Reduces Cost and Waste.” Proceedings of 5th International Grinding Conference. Paper MR93-371. Dearborn, MI: Society of Manufacturing Engineers (1993). 21. Webster, J., I. Marinescu and R.T. Bennett. “Acoustic Emission for Process Control and Monitoring of Surface Integrity during Grinding.” Annals of CIRP. Vol. 43, No. 1. Paris, France: College International pour la Recherche en Productique [International Institution for Production Engineering Research] (1994): p 299-304. 22. Tonshoff, H.K., C. Regent and B. Karpuschewski. “Intelligent Sensor Systems to Avoid Thermal Damage in Grinding.” First International Machining and Grinding Conference. Paper MR95-182. Dearborn, MI: Society of Manufacturing Engineers (1995).
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