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|Title:||Novel application of graphite-talc hybrid nanoparticle enriched cutting fluid in turning operation|
|Citation:||Journal of Manufacturing Processes Vol. 62 , , p. 378 - 387|
|Abstract:||In this study, the influence of hybrid nanocutting fluid (both graphite and talc nanoparticles dispersed in a base fluid) in turning of Titanium alloy grade 5. The hybrid nanocutting fluid was developed by the blending of graphite and talc nanoparticles in a constant volumetric proportion (50:50) in pure coconut oil as a base fluid. The prepared hybrid nanocutting fluid has been investigated for its tribological behaviour using a pin-on-disc machine. The Gray relational analysis (GRA) is applied as a conservative approach in the optimization of process variables of Titanium alloy with multiple performance characteristics. The turning performance of the hybrid nanocutting fluid is compared with that of pure coconut oil in terms of cutting force and surface roughness. From the Gray relational grade analysis, it is obtained that the feed rate has a larger influence on responses as compared to cutting speed and nanoparticle concentration as well. By the application of hybrid nanocutting fluid, it is obtained a significant reduction in cutting force and surface roughness compared to pure coconut oil by 21.19 % and 18.9 %, respectively. © 2020 The Society of Manufacturing Engineers|
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