Experimental investigation of alternative cooling methods in machining operations
Bagherzadeh, Amin (2018) Experimental investigation of alternative cooling methods in machining operations. [Thesis]
The most crucial demand in manufacturing industry is to improve productivity and efficiency of the processes. Cooling strategies play a significant role in determining the quality and cost of manufactured parts in machining operations. The present study examines machinability under new and alternative cooling methods in turning, milling and orthogonal turn-milling operations. It begins with an investigation of tool wear, surface finish, cutting forces and chip formation in turning of Ti6Al4V and Inconel 718 using a new cryogenic cooling approach, followed by a new assessment to enhance efficiency of cryogenic cooling in turn-milling of Inconel 718 and steel 1050. Finally, thermal analyses of steel 1050 slot milling and elemental analyses of the generated surface for different cooling methods have been presented.
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