Analysis of reverse heat transfer for conventional and optimized lubri-cooling methods during tangential surface grinding of ABNT 1020 steel

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Razuk, Henrique Cotait
Gallo, Rubens
Mello, Hamilton Jose De
Oliveira, Santiago Del Rio
Scalon, Vicente Luiz
Aguiar, Paulo Roberdo De
Bianchi, Eduardo Carlos
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Fundação Gorceix
Abstract A numerical thermal model was developed to evaluate the heat flux which is conducted to a rectangular workpiece of steel plate ABNT 1020, thus making it possible to compute the maximum temperature in the grinding surface, taking into account the rectangular distribution of heat flux, the thermal properties of the grinding wheel conventional Al2O3, the piece to be machined and the lubri-refrigerating fluid. The finite volume method was employed for the discretization of the direct thermal problem from the heat diffusion equation associated with the two-dimensional problem of heat conduction in transient regime. The inverse thermal problem was solved by the Golden Section technique. The thermal flux, when compared to the conventional technique of method of application fluid, was reduced by 84.0% in the practices performed with cutting depth of 30µm, at 74.0% in practices with cutting depth of 45µm and 61.2% in the aggressive practices of 60µm, thus demonstrating the applicability of the optimized method for fluid application.
inverse heat transfer, thermal damage on the surface grinding, optimized method of fluid application
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REM - International Engineering Journal. Fundação Gorceix, v. 69, n. 4, p. 435-443, 2016.