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Title: Advantages of cryogenic machining technique over without-coolant and with-coolant machining on SS316
Authors: Rao M.
Malghan R.L.
Shettigar A.K.
Herbert M.A.
Rao S.S.
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: Engineering Research Express , Vol. 3 , 1 , p. -
Abstract: The analysis concentrated towards the influence of speed of the spindle along with a cryogenic (LN2) cooling technique in treating SS316 usingCNC(Computerized numerical control) milling machine. An comparative study path was set and anlyised among three states i.e. Dry (Without coolant), wet (With coolant) and cryogenic (With liquid LN2) machining using coated carbide inserts. The coolant used in case of wet machining was water-soluble, referred to as cutting fluid. The experimental range falls in 3 different levels of spindle speed (SS), such as low level (1000 rpm), medium level (2000 rpm), and high level (3000 rpm), respectively. Meanwhile, feed rate (FR) and depth of cut (DOC) were reserved steadily with 450 mm min-1, 1 mm separately. This vital focus is towards cryogenic (LN2) machining effects and its perception of machinability on SS316, such as tool wear -TW(μm), cutting force-CF (N), cutting temperature-CT (oC) and surface roughness-Ra (μm). The experiments were conducted and documented with cryogenic (LN2) techniques to establish the fairness and practicability of the method to compare with without-coolant (dry) and with-coolant (wet) machining. The attained statistical results in comparison of LN2 method over without-coolant and with-coolant machining concerned to test cases for CF- Fx (N), CT(oC), Ra (μm) andFW(μm) are 53.21%-34.20%, 65.88%-44.51%, 75.43%-44.27%,&59.76%-23.10%, respectively. © 2021 IOP Publishing Ltd.
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