GENETIC ALGORITHM-BASED OPTIMIZATION FOR SURFACE ROUGHNESS IN CYLINDRICALLY GRINDING PROCESS USING HELICALLY GROOVED WHEELS


Caydas U., Celik M.

SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS, cilt.24, 2017 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier

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The present work is focused on the optimization of process parameters in cylindrical surface grinding of AISI 1050 steel with grooved wheels. Response surface methodology (RSM) and genetic algorithm (GA) techniques were merged to optimize the input variable parameters of grinding. The revolution speed of workpiece, depth of cut and number of grooves on the wheel were changed to explore their experimental effects on the surface roughness of machined bars. The mathematical models were established between the input parameters and response by using RSM. Then, the developed RSM model was used as objective functions on GA to optimize the process parameters.