Experiment Study of Oil-Air Lubrication on Cooling of Turning Tools

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When lubricants are used according to special requirements, it is possible to achieve considerable cost savings. Compared to conventional coolant cooling technology used in metal cutting, oil-air lubrication increases cooling performance, avoids environmental pollution, reduces running and maintenance costs. The cutting temperature contrast experimental research was based on close to practice 45# steel in dry cutting, wet cutting and oil-air lubrication conditions. The research work concentrated on the superiority of oil-air lubrication cooling and the influence of cutting amount on temperature. The experimental results show that oil-air lubrication is more effective in reducing the cutting temperature than wet cutting or dry cutting, this paper details the cutting temperature curves at several different tests provides a basis for industrial production, improves the level of machining process and the significance was being reported.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 189-193)

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Zhengyi Jiang, Shanqing Li, Jianmin Zeng, Xiaoping Liao and Daoguo Yang

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3187-3190

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J. L. Wang et al., "Experiment Study of Oil-Air Lubrication on Cooling of Turning Tools", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 189-193, pp. 3187-3190, 2011

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February 2011

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