Effects Of Minimum Quantity Lubrication On Turning Aisi9310 using Vegetable oil Cutting Fluid-Explanation:
- Experimental Conditions
- Working Principle of MQL
- Measurement of chip-tool interface temperature
- Study of chip pattern and formation mode
- Measurement of surface roughness
- Effects of MQL on cutting temperatures
- Effects of MQL on chip formation
- Effects of MQL on surface roughness
Introduction to Effects Of Minimum Quantity Lubrication On Turning Aisi9310 using Vegetable oil Cutting Fluid:
- In many applications, dry machining is not a practical solution due to significant reductions in tool life and productivity.
- In comparison to entirely dry machining, MQL can reduce machining temperatures considerably and increase tool life.
- The experimental investigations were conducted with a view to explore the role of MQL on the machinability characteristics of the work material mainly in terms of cutting temperature, chip formation, tool wear and surface roughness.
- Depth of cut was kept fixed to only 1.0mm, which would adequately serve the present purpose.
Working Principle of MQL:
- Machine tool Lathe Machine, 15 hp
- Work specimens:
- Material AISI 9310 steel
- (C0.12%, Mn0.55%, P0.025%, Si0.25%, Ni3.4%, Cr1.3%, Mo0.14%)
- Size ϕ 100×710 mm
- Cutting fluid MQL condition—food grade vegetable oil
- Process parameters:
- Cutting velocity, Vc 223, 246, 348 and 483m/min
- Feed rate, S0 0.10, 0.13, 0.16 and 0.18mm/rev
- Depth of cut, t 1.0mm
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