Creation of promising technologies for producing holes in parts of a high-frequency ion engine


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Abstract

The article considers application areas of various machining methods for perforating holes in parts with unpredictable surface fluctuations. The most effective methods of obtaining holes in parts of a high-frequency ion engine are shown. Studies of perforation technologies using various machining methods have been carried out. Qualitative relations between the geometric dimensions of a spherical billet perforated using a mechanical method, and the quality of the product surface layer are considered. An analysis of modern machining methods is carried out; promising technologies for obtaining holes in parts with a variable profile are presented. The necessity of using high-tech technologies for perforation in high-frequency ion engine parts is justified. The results obtained allow us to significantly expand the production technological capabilities, as well as significantly improve the technical characteristics of special equipment products in mechanical engineering.

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A. Yu. Ryazantsev

JSC Design Bureau of Chemical Automation;
Voronezh State Technical University

Author for correspondence.
Email: ryazantsev86@rambler.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1566-6118

Candidate of Science (Engineering), Department Head;

Associate Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

Russian Federation

S. S. Yukhnevich

JSC Design Bureau of Chemical Automation;
Voronezh State Technical University

Email: serge1975@yandex.ru

Candidate of Science (Engineering), Chief Engineer;

Associate Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

Russian Federation

A. A. Shirokozhuhova

JSC Design Bureau of Chemical Automation;
Voronezh State Technical University

Email: anamyagkih@yandex.ru

Deputy Head of Department;

Post-Graduate Student

Russian Federation

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