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Paper Title :
Influence Of MQL Application On Surface Roughness, Cutting Force And Tool Wear For Milling Of Monel 400

Author :Akhil Soman, Vignesh Shanbhag, Sakthivel M., Kuppan P.

Article Citation :Akhil Soman ,Vignesh Shanbhag ,Sakthivel M. ,Kuppan P. , (2015 ) " Influence Of MQL Application On Surface Roughness, Cutting Force And Tool Wear For Milling Of Monel 400 " , International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE) , pp. 118-123, Volume-3,Issue-5

Abstract : -Monel 400 a Nickel-Copper based alloy widely used in field of marine engineering, acidic and alkaline environment because of its excellent properties such as high strength and corrosion resistance. This experimental investigation has been performed to study the influence of Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) and cutting parameters on surface roughness, cutting force and tool wear in milling of Monel 400. Milling was performed on 3-axis CNC machine. Taguchi’s L9 orthogonal array was applied to design experiments containing cutting parameters and lubrication. Cutting Speed of 75m/min, 100m/min, 125m/min, feed of 0.010 mm/tooth, 0.015 mm/tooth, 0.020mm/tooth, depth of cut of 0.20mm, 0.35mm, 0.50mm were selected as cutting parameters and Dry, Flooded, MQL were selected as lubricating conditions. Optimal conditions for best surface finish, lowest cutting force and reduced tool wear were determined by Taguchi analysis using “smaller the better approach”. A comparative study of tool life for flooded lubrication and MQL was performed for a total cutting length of 1200mm. The study revealed that the use of minimum quantity lubrication is as effective as using conventional cutting fluid, with an added advantage of the former being very environment friendly. Keywords: Cutting force, Milling, Minimum quantity lubrication, Monel 400, Size effect, Surface roughness, Tool wear.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-3,Issue-5


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