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Recent developments in multi-wire fixed abrasive slicing technique (FAST)Slicing is an important processing step for all technologies based on the use of ingots. A comparison of the economics of three slicing techniques shows that the fixed abrasive slicing technique (FAST) is superior to the internal diameter (ID) and the multiblade slurry (MBS) techniques. Factors affecting contact length are discussed, taking into account kerf width, rocking angle, ingot size, and surface speed. Aspects of blade development are also considered. A high concentration of diamonds on wire has been obtained in wire packs usd for FAST slicing. The material removal rate was found to be directly proportional to the pressure at the diamond tips.
Document ID
19830051104
Document Type
Conference Paper
Authors
Schmid, F. (Crystal Systems, Inc. Salem, MA, United States)
Khattak, C. P. (Crystal Systems, Inc. Salem, MA, United States)
Smith, M. B. (Crystal Systems, Inc. Salem, MA, United States)
Lynch, L. D. (Crystal Systems, Inc. Salem, MA, United States)
Date Acquired
August 11, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1982
Subject Category
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Meeting Information
Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference; Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference(Stresa)
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Other