Study on Lubricating and Cooling Effects of Several Cooling Systems Used in Face Grinding

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We observed that the lubrication effect is greater than the cooling effect for decreasing the friction heat in face grinding. It was clarified that cool-air grinding is difficult to apply to face grinding under the present grinding conditions. We could obtain the minimum ground surface roughness (hereafter noted as surface roughness) at a mist supply volume of 15 to 30ml/h in mist grinding. The largest stock removal rate (hereafter noted as grinding efficiency) is obtained in mist grinding. However, grinding efficient was small in cool-air mist grinding, by which a large cooling effect of cool air was expected. Though mist and cool-air mist grinding perform similar to wet grinding in few grinding passes, wet grinding is properly applied by large chip removal action in many grinding passes.

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Periodical:

Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 291-292)

Edited by:

Yury M. Baron, Jun'ichi Tamaki and Tsunemoto Kuriyagawa

Pages:

221-226

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.291-292.221

Citation:

T. Tanaka and T. Kobayashi, "Study on Lubricating and Cooling Effects of Several Cooling Systems Used in Face Grinding", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 291-292, pp. 221-226, 2005

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August 2005

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