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Review Paper on - Evaluation of Cutting Fluid Mixed with Nanoparticles on Surface Roughness and Tool Wear

Divyesh Padhiyar, Harsh Patel, Chetan K. Gohel

Abstract: Cutting fluids of various types are usually employed to control the heat generated in machining. The continued application of conventional cutting fluids is being challenged by the need to reduce overall volume of fluids, minimize health risks. Functions such as improving tool life and machining process efficiency, enhancing surface integrity are obtained by using cutting fluids. While the effect of formulated cutting fluids on surface roughness and tool wear in machining SS202 with coated carbide were investigated and compared with conventional oil-in-nanoparticles emulsion cutting fluid. Mineral, synthetic and semi-synthetic cutting fluids involve in the ecological cycle with air, soil and water and their toxicity effect damages the ecosystem. By study of various research papers we concluded that to overcome problems in machining, vegetable based cutting fluids can be used to optimize machining conditions but we choose coconut oil due to its thermal and oxidative stability which is higher than that of other vegetable based cutting fluids. We used coconut oil while machining of stainlesssteel 202 material with coated carbide tool and analysis of material and tool.

Keywords: Coconut oil, CNC lathe machine, Nano solid lubricant, Tool wear, Surface roughness, Tool-Workpiece interface temperature, Cutting speed, Feed, Depth of cut.

Country: India, Subject Area: Mechanical Engineering

Pages: 274 - 277

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019

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Divyesh Padhiyar, Harsh Patel, Chetan K. Gohel, "Review Paper on - Evaluation of Cutting Fluid Mixed with Nanoparticles on Surface Roughness and Tool Wear", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i2/ART20194892.pdf, Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019, 274 - 277

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