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the quality of being unpleasant (harsh or rough or grating) to the senses

an unpolished unrefined quality

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used of the sea during inclement or stormy weather

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rowdy behavior

the formation of small pits in a surface as a consequence of corrosion

harsh or severe speech or behavior

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The range table of cutting force F and surface roughness Ra were shown in Table 5 and 6, and the trend chart was shown in Fig.
The arithmetic mean values of the surface roughness within the sampling areas were determined.
Experimentally study the influence of process parameters like pulse on time, pulse off time, discharge current on material removal rate, Tool wear rate, Surface Roughness, by using taguchi method and to determine the optimum combination of process parameters.
The results of the surface roughness measurements and cell density analysis are summarized in Figs.
The 2016 prog-die wear status ranked by die material hardness and die surface roughness after coating are presented in Figs.
However, if a microstrip circuit is fabricated on circuit material with rolled copper, with a typical surface roughness of only 0.
full factorial and Taguchi method are used to examine the effect of processing parameters on surface roughness (Joshi and Pande 2011).
High surface roughness achieves at low speed keeping depth of cut 0.
In this project, two critical factors are focused for study: surface roughness and sliding velocity.
It can display values for up to 42 different surface roughness parameters and graphically display the roughness distribution between samples.
Surface roughness is a key factor of surface quality, since it assumes an essential effect on wear resistance, ductility, tensile, and fatigue strength for machined parts.
Kerf width, surface roughness and size of heat affected zone are often used to describe laser cut quality.