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Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining

For the type of cutting fluids, vegetable oils are common cutting fluids used in MQL because of its superior lubrication and high-pressure performance. This study evaluates the performance of MQL using castor oil as cutting fluid. The workpiece is hardened stainless steel 48 HRC. Results are compared with dry cutting.

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Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining

Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining of Hardened Stainless Steel with Minimum Quantity of Lubricant Article (PDF Available) · December 2015 with 746 Reads DOI: 10.1016/j.procir.2015.03.001

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Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining

castor oil as cutting fluid. The workpiece is hardened stainless steel 48 HRC. Results are compared with dry cutting. It was found that using small amount of lubricant of 50 ml/h during the particular turning process produces better results compared to dry cutting, in terms of longer tool life.

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Cutting Fluid Recommendations practicalmachinist

For difficult to machine alloys I use a mixture of 75% Castor oil and 25% chlorinated paraffin. Also the chlorinated brake parts cleaner will do a good job with no mess, but be careful and do not weld if the fume are around as you can create a hazardous gas. Cautions:

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The effect of cutting fluids on the machining of hardened

Avila and Abrão [11] evaluated the cutting tool life when machining hardened AISI 4340 tool steel and observed that the use of a vegetal-based emulsion provides better results than both dry

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Advances in Mechanical Engineering 2015, Vol. 7(8) 1–7

For the cutting fluids, inedible vegetable oils are potential for minimum quantity lubrication machining. Castor oil was selected in this study as the cutting fluid for turning of hardened stainless steel (hardness of 47–48HRC). The hard turning was with minimum quantity lubrication (50mL/h flow rate and 5bar air pressure) at various cutting

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Effect of cutting speed and feed in turning hardened

Castor oil was used as the cutting fluid for turning of hardened stainless steel under MQL conditions at various cutting speeds and feeds. The machining responses (tool life, surface roughness, and cutting forces) are influenced by the cutting speed and feed. Tool life is inversely proportional to both cutting

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The effect of cutting fluids on the machining of hardened

Avila and Abrão [11] evaluated the cutting tool life when machining hardened AISI 4340 tool steel and observed that the use of a vegetal-based emulsion provides better results than both dry

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Advances in Mechanical Engineering 2015, Vol. 7(8) 1–7

For the cutting fluids, inedible vegetable oils are potential for minimum quantity lubrication machining. Castor oil was selected in this study as the cutting fluid for turning of hardened stainless steel (hardness of 47–48HRC). The hard turning was with minimum quantity lubrication (50mL/h flow rate and 5bar air pressure) at various cutting

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Know Your Cutting Tools: Using Coolant and Proper Cutting

Selecting the right coolant setup for the job may seem straight forward, but there has to be a reason there are so many options. Types of coolant, method of delivery, and even what type of cutter

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Assessment of Cutting Forces in Machining with Novel Neem

Elmunafi MH, Kurniawan D, Noordin MY (2015) Use of castor oil as cutting fluid in machining of hardened stainless steel with minimum quantity of lubricant. Procedia CIRP

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Selection of best novel MCDM method during turning

steel. The use of vegetable based cutting fluid improved surface quality as compared to dry turning and conventional cutting fluid. Ojolo, S.J et al [6] in their paper investigated the effect of some vegetable based oils such as groundnut oil, coconut oil, palm kernel oil and shear butter oil on cutting force during cylindrical machining of

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DEVELOPMENT OF CUTTING FLUID FROM YELLOW

standard cutting fluid in machining of metals. A cutting fluid was developed from Thevetia Pruvenssia Seed Fluid (TPSF). The physiochemical and mechanical performance of the fluid were measured. The performance of the developed cutting fluid was evaluated by comparison with a conventional cutting fluid, castor oil, in machining operation on a

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To analyze the use of vegetable oil as a cutting fluid

using castor oil, yet vegetable oil being cheaper than castor oil is suggested to be used as an effective cutting fluid. During machining AISI 1040 at 85 m/min, the cutting fluid was water. Although temperature decreased by a good number, yet the machined surface was found to get corroded when exposed to air. Hence,

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Studies the Cold Cooling using Bio-Nanofluids

ELMUNIFI MHS, KURNIAWAN D, NOORDIN M,. Use of castor oil as cutting fluid in machining of hardened stainless steel with minimum quantity of lubricant, 2015, Proced CIRP 2015; 20: 408–411.

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Publications Denni Kurniawan Google

denni.kurniawan@gmail. Publications. Noordin, M.Y. (2015) Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining of Hardened Stainless Steel with Minimum Quantity Noordin, M.Y., Venkatesh, V.C., and Kurniawan, D. (2006) Performance of Coated Ceramic Cutting Tool When Machining Hardened Steel. Proceedings of the 5th International Materials

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Analyses of Tribological Properties of Castor Oil With

Analyses of Tribological Properties of Castor Oil With Various Carbonaceous Micro- and Nano-Friction Modifiers M. H.,Kurniawan, D.,and Noordin, M. Y.,2015, “ Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining of Hardened Stainless Steel With Minimum Quantity of Lubricant,” Proc. CIRP, 26, pp. 408–411. Datta S, Pathak SD

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A STRATEGIC EXPERIMENTATION TOWARDS OPTIMALITY

Coconut oil and Castor oil, was conducted using the same machining parameter set-up. Vegetable oils used on the principle of Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) that is oil dropped between the cutting tool and workpiece interface directly. The that vegetable oil performance is comparable to that of mineral oil machining.

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Performance Evaluation of Cutting Parameters for Surface

The objective of this work is to determine optimal parameters of cutting 904L stainless steel for dry and wet conditions. L27 Orthogonal array was used for the experimentation & Analysis was done by using ANOVA. In this work the Performance of the two vegetable oil based cutting fluids like Soyabean oil & castor oil was observed.

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Denni Kurniawan Google Scholar Citations

This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Use of castor oil as cutting fluid in machining of hardened stainless steel with minimum quantity of lubricant. Tool life of coated carbide cutting tool when turning hardened stainless steel under minimum quantity lubricant using castor oil.

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A STRATEGIC EXPERIMENTATION TOWARDS OPTIMALITY

Coconut oil and Castor oil, was conducted using the same machining parameter set-up. Vegetable oils used on the principle of Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) that is oil dropped between the cutting tool and workpiece interface directly. The that vegetable oil performance is comparable to that of mineral oil machining.

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Analyses of Tribological Properties of Castor Oil With

Analyses of Tribological Properties of Castor Oil With Various Carbonaceous Micro- and Nano-Friction Modifiers M. H.,Kurniawan, D.,and Noordin, M. Y.,2015, “ Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining of Hardened Stainless Steel With Minimum Quantity of Lubricant,” Proc. CIRP, 26, pp. 408–411. Datta S, Pathak SD

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Denni Kurniawan Google Scholar Citations

This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Use of castor oil as cutting fluid in machining of hardened stainless steel with minimum quantity of lubricant. Tool life of coated carbide cutting tool when turning hardened stainless steel under minimum quantity lubricant using castor oil.

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Performance Evaluation of Cutting Parameters for Surface

The objective of this work is to determine optimal parameters of cutting 904L stainless steel for dry and wet conditions. L27 Orthogonal array was used for the experimentation & Analysis was done by using ANOVA. In this work the Performance of the two vegetable oil based cutting fluids like Soyabean oil & castor oil was observed.

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Tool Life of Coated Carbide Cutting Tool when

Vegetable oils are considered for use in MQL due to their good lubrication and highpressure performance. This study evaluates the performance of coated carbide cutting tools in term of tool life under MQL with flow rate of 50 ml/h using castor oil as the cutting fluid. The workpiece is hardened AISI 420 stainless steel (with 47 48HRC hardness).

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Reduction of amount of cutting fluid in flood turning

As a result, a large quantity of research has been undertaken worldwide to reduce the application of cutting fluids. This paper presents a new approach to reducing the amount of cutting fluid in flood machining by determining the amount of cutting fluid necessary for the job.

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Applied Research of Nanofluids in MQL to Improve Hard

The Influence of Cutting Fluid Conditions The cutting fluid conditions (dry machining; MQL Figure 1. Noordin M.Y., “Use of castor oil as cutting fluid in machining of hardened stainless steel with minimum quantity of lubricant”, Procedia CIRP, 20, 408-411, 2015.

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Application of Biodegradable Cutting Fluids in High Speed

In current study, biodegradable base oils, synthetic ester and castor oil, are chosen and compounded into cutting fluids which correspond with the national standards. The tests have been performed to high speed turn AISI 1045 steel in ester-based fluid, castor-based emulsion, kerosene and dry condition.

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PREPERATION OF METAL WORKING FLUID FROM CASTOR OIL

Aug 25, 2015· Now the emulsion will occurs. After emulsion occurs it will undergoes to stability test.This will done by keeping prepared solution for 24hours then it wants to be stable. The percentage of emulsifier agent is depend on stability of cutting fluid. Fig.1 sample preparation of castor oil based metal working fluid 7. EMULSION A.

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Vegetable oil-based lubricants A review of oxidation

This review addresses oxidation as a limitation of vegetable oil-based lubricants. The basic mechanism of vegetable oil autoxidation is presented, along with methods used to monitor and analyse the products of oxidation. The potential impact of such oxidation products on lubrication performance is discussed.

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Tribological Properties and Machining Performance

The effectiveness of micro lubrication was analyzed using a vegetable oil-based metalworking fluid during end milling AISI 1018 steel and it is possible to obtain higher tool life [53] . A comparable flank wear is seen under formulated Sunflower, Soybean, Canola, and Palm oil based soluble cutting fluid compared to mineral oil during milling [54] .

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Effects of Different Cutting Fluids on Temperature

This study therefore, determined the effect of temperature on cutting fluids (Neem oil, soluble oil and straight oil) when used as cutting fluid for teaching machining operations. Two specific objectives guided the study, two corresponding research questions and two null hypotheses were also formulated.

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Vegetable Oil-Based Metal Working Fluids-A Review

increase the machining productivity and quality of metal cutting, but their usage poses a great threat to ecology and health of workers in the industry. Therefore, a need arose to identify eco-friendly and hazard free alternatives to conventional mineral oil based metal working fluids.

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stainless steel second hand industrial castor oil

Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining of. For the type of cutting fluids, vegetable oils are common cutting fluids used in MQL because of its superior lubrication and high-pressure performance. This study evaluates the performance of MQL using castor oil as cutting fluid. The workpiece is hardened stainless steel . Get Price

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Application of Biodegradable Cutting Fluids in High Speed

In current study, biodegradable base oils, synthetic ester and castor oil, are chosen and compounded into cutting fluids which correspond with the national standards. The tests have been performed to high speed turn AISI 1045 steel in ester-based fluid, castor-based emulsion, kerosene and dry condition.

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PREPERATION OF METAL WORKING FLUID FROM CASTOR OIL

Aug 25, 2015· Now the emulsion will occurs. After emulsion occurs it will undergoes to stability test.This will done by keeping prepared solution for 24hours then it wants to be stable. The percentage of emulsifier agent is depend on stability of cutting fluid. Fig.1 sample preparation of castor oil based metal working fluid 7. EMULSION A.

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Tribological Properties and Machining Performance

The effectiveness of micro lubrication was analyzed using a vegetable oil-based metalworking fluid during end milling AISI 1018 steel and it is possible to obtain higher tool life [53] . A comparable flank wear is seen under formulated Sunflower, Soybean, Canola, and Palm oil based soluble cutting fluid compared to mineral oil during milling [54] .

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Effects of Different Cutting Fluids on Temperature

This study therefore, determined the effect of temperature on cutting fluids (Neem oil, soluble oil and straight oil) when used as cutting fluid for teaching machining operations. Two specific objectives guided the study, two corresponding research questions and two null hypotheses were also formulated.

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Vegetable Oil-Based Metal Working Fluids-A Review

increase the machining productivity and quality of metal cutting, but their usage poses a great threat to ecology and health of workers in the industry. Therefore, a need arose to identify eco-friendly and hazard free alternatives to conventional mineral oil based metal working fluids.

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stainless steel second hand industrial castor oil

Use of Castor Oil as Cutting Fluid in Machining of. For the type of cutting fluids, vegetable oils are common cutting fluids used in MQL because of its superior lubrication and high-pressure performance. This study evaluates the performance of MQL using castor oil as cutting fluid. The workpiece is hardened stainless steel . Get Price

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Application of Castor Oil-Based Cutting Fluids

The performance of B-containing water-based cutting fluid are measured according to GB/T6144-1985 regulation which is the technical requirements of synthetic cutting fluid. And the biodegradability of mineral oil, castor oil, modified castor oil and B-containing water-based cutting fluid are measured by improved Storstroem Test (OECD301B).

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Castor Oil: Properties, Uses, and Optimization

It was found that the castor oil produced in this program was not primarily used for biodiesel but sold for higher prices to the chemical industry.30 Another major constraint in the use of castor oil as a feedstock for biodiesel has been the high price paid for the oil as industrial oil rather than its physical and chemical properties. Castor

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Applied Research of Nanofluids in MQL to Improve Hard

Applied Research of Nanofluids in MQL to Improve Hard Milling Performance of 60Si 2 Mn Steel Using Carbide Tools. Tran Minh Duc, M. H. S., Kurniawan D., Noordin M.Y., “Use of castor oil as cutting fluid in machining of hardened stainless steel with minimum quantity of lubricant”, Procedia CIRP,

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Vegetable oil based cutting fluids as an alternative

It is possible for the development of a new generation cutting fluid where high performance in machining combined with good environment compatibility is achieved with the use of vegetable oils. This review addresses the preparation of vegetable oils as cutting fluids, characterization of vegetable oil cutting fluids and metal cutting

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CV-Denni Kurniawan Google Docs

Elmunafi, M.H.S., Noordin, M.Y., Kurniawan, D. (2015) Effect of Cutting Speed and Feed in Turning Hardened Stainless Steel Using Coated Carbide Cutting Tool under Minimum Quantity Lubrication Using Castor Oil. Advances in Mechanical Engineering. 7: 1-7.

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Effects of Using Neem Oil as Base in Cutting Fluid

Abstract: The study investigated the effects of using neem oil as base in cutting fluid for machining operation in Adamawa state polytechnic., The growing demand for biodegradable materials has opened an avenue for using vegetable oils such as neem seed oil, castor oil and water melon seed oil as an alternative to conventional cutting fluids.

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Performance evaluation of eco-friendly nanofluids in

Performance evaluation of eco-friendly nanofluids in machining KRISHNA MOHANA RAO. G1, PADMINI. improvement compared to machining with a cutting fluid in terms of cutting forces, surface quality and specific energy. In used as suspensions in castor oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, canola oil and coconut oil.

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CN102876435A Semisynthetic metal cutting fluid

The invention discloses semisynthetic metal cutting fluid with trimethylolpropane oleate serving as base oil and a preparation method of the semisynthetic metal cutting fluid. The semisynthetic metal cutting fluid comprises the trimethylolpropane oleate, nonionic surfactants, anionic surfactants, antirust agents, cosolvents, extreme pressure agents, defoaming agents, bacteriacide and water.

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