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One of the hybrid operations is called Electrolytic Magnetic Abrasive Machining (EMAM), developed from two essential operations namely Electrochemical Machining (ECM) and Magnetic Abrasive Machining (MAM). EMAM takes advantage of both the operations for preferable machining performance and limits of electrically conductive materials. The workpiece may be cylindrical or flat either on both (internal or external) surface. Despite a few experimental setups have come up but the scope for performance evaluation of developed indigenous setup still remains open. Present study highlights mathematical modeling of process conditions and performance measure for EMAM operation. The unaccustomed performance possibility of EMAM operation at achievement level is in open research for a particular experimental machine. Therefore, mathematical modeling has been abstracted to certain best performance of machining experimental conditions.