Optical Fabrication

Bound-abrasive grinding and polishing of surfaces of optical materials

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Yuriy D. Filatov

National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Bakul Institute for Superhard Materials, 2, Avtozavodskaya, Kiev, 04074, Ukraine

Olexandr Yu. Filatov

National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Bakul Institute for Superhard Materials, 2, Avtozavodskaya, Kiev, 04074, Ukraine

Guy Monteil

National Engineering Institute in Mechanics and Microtechnologies, 26, Chemin de l’Epitaphe, Besancon, 25000, France

Uwe Heisel

University of Stuttgart, 17, Holzgartenstraße, Posfach 10 6037, Stuttgart, D-70174, Germany

Michael Storchak

University of Stuttgart, 17, Holzgartenstraße, Posfach 10 6037, Stuttgart, D-70174, Germany

Opt. Eng. 50(6), 063401 (June 01, 2011). doi:10.1117/1.3584837
History: Received August 27, 2010; Revised February 27, 2011; Accepted April 11, 2011; Published June 01, 2011; Online June 01, 2011
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Problems of efficiency and quality improvement of diamond-abrasive finishing of optical materials by tools with bounded polishing powders, including diamond powder, are considered. The dependences of the particle number on the diffusion angle and coordinate of the contact have been derived in the studies of the dynamics of collision and diffusion of slime particles. The coordinate dependence of the flat surface roughness of glass K8 optics in fine diamond grinding has been described. Interaction and dispersion of deterioration particles in a contact zone of the tool and the processed sample in the course of polishing is described and the dispersion structure of deterioration particles of the tool on slime particles and on deterioration particles is explained oscillatory. It is shown a that differential dispersion section of deterioration particles on slime particles is not less than on deterioration particles and is maximum at corners of dispersion close to 0° and 180° on the central sites of a contact zone. Coordinate dependence of the full dispersion section of deterioration particles of the tool and dependence of microprofile height of the processed surface on circular zones radius are calculated.

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Yuriy D. Filatov ; Olexandr Yu. Filatov ; Guy Monteil ; Uwe Heisel and Michael Storchak
"Bound-abrasive grinding and polishing of surfaces of optical materials", Opt. Eng. 50(6), 063401 (June 01, 2011). ; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.3584837


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