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Optimization of Surface Roughness and Material Removal Rate in Turning of Stainless steel 304.
G. Kalyan Babu
G. Kalyan Babu*, Pankaj Kumar, R. Chetan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, S R Engineering College, Warangal T.S., India.
The current study focuses on the turning machining of stainless steel 304 by using different cutting fluids which is ecologically desirable and cost effective. Cutting ?uids are popularly used in machining to reduce cutting forces, temperatures and thus prolong the tool life. Vegetable based oil is used as the cutting fluid which is the synthetic fluid which is eco-friendly. The performance of these oils as emulsions for various materials and machining conditions commercialise the cutting fluids in manufacturing industry. The effects of machining parameters on the kinematic viscosity of cutting fluid, material removal rate and surface roughness were investigated during the experimentation. The present study findings should provide the effective solution for economic machining by using the eco-friendly cutting fluid. This approach and results will be helpful for understanding the machinability of AISI 304 stainless steel during turning for the manufacturing engineers.
Stainless steel 304 turning, vegetable based cutting fluid, surface roughness measurement.
G. Kalyan Babu, Pankaj Kumar, R. Chetan. Optimization of Surface Roughness and Material Removal Rate in Turning of Stainless steel 304. Research J. Engineering and Tech. 2018;9(4): 323-326.
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