An In-Process Measurement Technique Using Laser for Non-Contact Monitoring of Surface Roughness and Form Accuracy of Ground Surfaces

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An optical in-process technique using laser for non-contact measurement of roughness and form accuracy of a ground surface is presented. Form accuracy is measured based on a triangulation method using a photodiode array, while surface roughness is monitored by analysing the radiational pattern of a laser beam from the surface. Detailed design aspects of a prototype measurement system built fully utilising modern opto-electronic instruments and its experimental results are discussed. © 1987 CIRP.
Publisher
Elsevier USA
Issue Date
1987
Language
English
Citation

CIRP ANNALS - MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY, v.36, no.1, pp.425 - 428

ISSN
0007-8506
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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/63205
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ME-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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