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8. Check and verify the accuracy of the proposed method by comparing the experimentally measured surface roughness with the predicted surface roughness obtained from the models, and the ±10% measured surface roughness. Relation of cutting force ratio and surface roughness The relation between the cutting force ratio (Fy/Fz) and the surface roughness has to be examined in order to develop the in-process surface roughness models. The relation between the experimentally obtained cutting force ratio and the experimentally measured surface roughness during the grinding process is shown in Fig.

3m before being immersed in 6% NaOH for 12 hours, Fig. 1. The solution was then neutralised with ethanoic acid (CH3COOH) and phenolphthalein was used to determine the pH of the solution. The fibres were then repeatedly rinsed with distilled water and subsequently placed into convection oven maintained at 65°C for 4 hours for moisture extraction. Figure 1: Immersion of kenaf fibres in 6% NaOH for 12 hours Figure 2: Fabrication of tri-layers kenaf-epoxy composite laminate with resin infusion technique A controlled volume fraction, Vf, of the kenaf fibre bundle, equivalent to 50% of the laminate volume were aligned in unidirectional orientation and staked in according to their designated orientations, as shows in Table 3.

Hence, they are considered to predict the in-process surface roughness. Therefore, those cutting forces are normalized and dimensionless by taking the ratio of Fy/Fz. The cutting force ratio Fy/Fz is the most important factor to predict the in-process surface roughness during the grinding process. It is expected that the cutting force ratio can be used to predict the surface roughness even though the cutting conditions are changed. Hence, the in-process surface roughness prediction models for the grinding process are developed based on the experimentally obtained results by monitoring of cutting force ratio.

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