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(Minimum Quantity Lubrication) can reduce machining temperatures considerably and increase tool life.In this article,I am going to publish about the Effects Of Minimum Quantity Lubrication On Turning Aisi9310 using Vegetable oil Cutting Fluid in a detailed manner.
It is a project which consists of
- 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
- 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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