Abrasive Flow Machining of Cylinder Heads and Its Positive Effects on Performance and Cost Characteristics 962502
This paper presents the results of a study conducted to determine how abrasive flow machining a set of high performance B1BS Brodix racing cylinder heads affects the overall performance of a 7.35 litre Chrysler drag racing engine. The performance characteristics, along with the economic impact of utilizing the abrasive flow machining process, are studied in a before vs. after format, along with a study in emissions performance enhancements in a related endeavor.
Citation: Rhoades, L., Resnick, R., O'Bradovich, T., and Stegman, S., "Abrasive Flow Machining of Cylinder Heads and Its Positive Effects on Performance and Cost Characteristics," SAE Technical Paper 962502, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/962502. Download Citation
Lawrence J. Rhoades, Ralph L. Resnick, Ted O'Bradovich, Steven C. Stegman