Application of minimum quantity lubrication with addition of water in the grinding of alumina
MetadataShow full item record
Among the alternatives to reduce the application of cutting fluid in machining industry, minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) technique has been promising, although it can impair cooling properties and the ability of the fluid to penetrate the cutting region. In order to further reduce the quantity of oil and to improve the characteristics of the cooling lubrication method, this work aims to compare the effect of MQL with different ratios of oil/water (1:1, 1:3, and 1:5) on the performance of plunge cylindrical grinding of alumina. Lubricating effect and effective penetration of fluid in the cutting zone are considered the most relevant factors. The lowest surface roughness value was obtained with the application of conventional flood cooling, followed by MQL 1:1. In comparison to conventional MQL technique, reduced surface roughness and grinding wheel wear could be obtained by applying MQL with water.
How to cite this document
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Pinho, Sheila Zambello de ; Oliveira, José Brás Barreto de ; Gazola, Rodrigo José Cristiano ; Mazotti, Adriano César ; Molero, Camila Schimite ; Mendes, Carolina Borghi ; Mello, Denise Fernandes de ; Marques, Emilia de Mendonça Rosa ; Talamoni, Jandira Liria Biscalquini ; Silva, José Humberto Dias da et al. (Coleção PROGRAD (UNESP), 2011) [Livro]
Pinho, Sheila Zambello de ; Oliveira, José Brás Barreto de ; Pontes, Sueli Rodrigues ; Almeida, Djanira Soares de Oliveira e ; Godoy, Kathya Maria Ayres de ; Rosa, Claudia de Souza ; Nunes, Julianus Araújo ; Salvador, Sérgio Azevedo ; David, Célia Maria ; Vilche Peña, Angel Fidel et al. (Coleção PROGRAD (UNESP), 2011) [Livro]
Pinho, Sheila Zambello de ; Spazziani, Maria de Lourdes ; Mendonça, Sueli Guadelupe de Lima ; Rubo, Elisabete Aparecida Andrello ; Villarreal, Dalva Maria de Oliveira ; Duarte, Camila ; Okamoto, Mary Yoko ; Souza, Thais R. ; Garms, Gilza Maria Zauhy ; Marin, Fátima Aparecida Dias Gomes et al. (Coleção PROGRAD (UNESP), 2012) [Livro]