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STUDY OF SURFACE INTEGRITY BY SURFACE GRINDING USING VEGETABLE OIL THROUGH MINIMUM QUANTITY LUBRICATION

Publication Date : 15/09/2016


DOI : 10.21884/IJMTER.2016.3038.AC9BR

Author(s) :

V. Gopalakrishna , P.Chaitanya , M.Avinash.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
,
Issue 9
(09 - 2016)



Abstract :

Components produced through operations involving the removal of material display surface irregularities resulting not only from the action of the tool itself, but also from other factors that contribute to their superficial texture. This texture can exert a decisive influence on the application and performance of the machined component. There are now several types of metalworking fluids in the market and the most common can be broadly categorized as cutting oils or water-miscible fluids.  Vegetable oils have become identified world over as a potential source of environmentally favorable metal working fluids due to a combination of biodegradability, renewability and excellent lubrication performance .Our paper analyzes the behavior of the minimum quantity lubricant (MQL) technique using vegetable oil  for surface grinding operation and compares it with the conventional cooling method.


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STUDY OF SURFACE INTEGRITY BY SURFACE GRINDING USING VEGETABLE OIL THROUGH MINIMUM QUANTITY LUBRICATION

September 9, 2016