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Investigation into the Application of Liquid CO2 and MQL for CNC Turning of Al Alloy 3055

  • S. Mondal
  • G. Paul
  • S. C. MondalEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 134)

Abstract

In the present research, the CNC turning operation has been pursued under three distinct media, i.e., dry, liq. CO2, and minimum quantity cooling lubrication (MQCL). In MQCL, the emulsion of coolant in water is mixed with liq. CO2 in a mixing chamber and the mixer is sprayed at the tool–workpiece interface. The setup is able to supply cutting fluid media at the cutting zone in various forms, i.e., flood coolant, droplet, or sprinkle form. With the help of a knob, the mixing chamber is able to control the flow of any of the cutting fluid, i.e., liq. CO2, MQCL, or MQL at the cutting area. After the experimental setup was developed, the experimental investigation was done with the setup. Material removal rate and chip morphology were compared at various cutting environments.

Keywords

Turning Liq. CO2 MQCL Dry Chip 

Nomenclature

Yijk

Observations at the ith level of first factor, jth level of second factor, and kth level of third factor.

µ

Grand mean

α, β, γ

Main effects

αβ, βγ, γα

Two-factor interaction effects

αβγ

Three-factor interaction effect

ε

Error components; values of independent, normally distributed, random variable with zero mean, and common variance

A

Spindle speed in rpm

B

Feed rate in mm/min

C

Depth of cut in mm.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Mechanical EngineeringUEMKolkataIndia
  2. 2.Department of Mechanical EngineeringMCKV Institute of EngineeringHowrahIndia
  3. 3.Department of Mechanical EngineeringIndian Institute of Technology (IIEST)HowrahIndia

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