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Hydro-erosive grinding (HEG) is a process for radiusing orifice edges and hole intersections by flowing an abrasive fluid through. This process can calibrate the holes to flow a certain static flow rate.
- Whitelaw, J.H.W.; Payri, F.; Desantes, J.M. (2002). Thermo-and Fluid-dynamic Processes in Diesel Engines: Selected papers from the THIESEL 2000 conference held in Valencia, Spain, September 13-15, 2000. 1. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. p. 137. ISBN 9783540426653. Retrieved 2015-11-09.
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