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Monitoring of Dry Cutting and Applications of Cutting Fluid for Ball End Milling
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 Title & Authors
Monitoring of Dry Cutting and Applications of Cutting Fluid for Ball End Milling
Tangjitsitcharoen, Somkiat; Rungruang, Channarong; Laiaddee, Duangta;
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 Abstract
For economical and environmental reasons, the aim of this research is hence to monitor the cutting conditions with the dry cutting, the wet cutting, and the mist cutting to obtain the proper cutting condition for the plain carbon steel with the ball end milling based on the consideration of the surface roughness of the machined parts, the life of the cutting tools, the use of the cutting fluids, the density of the particles of cutting fluids dispersed in the working area, and the cost of cutting. The experimentally obtained results of the relation between tool wear and surface roughness, the relation between tool wear and cutting force, and the relation between cutting force and surface roughness are correspondent with the same trend. The phenomena of surface roughness and tool wear can be explained by the in-process cutting forces. The models of the tool wear with the cutting conditions and the cutting times are proposed to estimate the tool cost for the different cooling strategies based on the experimental data using the multiple regression technique. The cutting cost is calculated from the costs of cutting tool and cutting fluid. The mist cutting gives the lowest cutting cost as compared to others. The experimentally obtained proper cutting condition is determined based on the experimental results referring to the criteria.
 Keywords
Ball End Milling;Dry Cutting;Wet Cutting;Mist Cutting;Cutting Force;Tool Life;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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