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12 Control of Cutting Temperature and Cutting Fluid Application

12 Control of Cutting Temperature and Cutting Fluid Application



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Mechanics of Machining
Version 2 ME IIT, Kharagpur
12Control of cuttingtemperature and cuttingfluid application
Version 2 ME IIT, Kharagpur
Instructional objectives
At the end of this lesson, the students would be able to(i) State the possible ways of controlling cutting temperature(ii) Identify the purposes of application of cutting fluid in machining(iii) Ascertain the essential properties of cutting fluids(iv) Illustrate the principle of cutting fluid action(v) Classify the types of cutting fluids and state their application(vi) Demonstrate the methods of application of cutting fluid in machiningand grinding.
(i) Basic methods of controlling cutting temperature
It is already realised that the cutting temperature, particularly when it is quitehigh, is very detrimental for both cutting tools and the machined jobs andhence need to be controlled, i.e., reduced as far as possible without sacrificingproductivity and product quality.The methods generally employed for controlling machining temperature and itsdetrimental effects are :
Proper selection of cutting tools; material and geometry
Proper selection of cutting velocity and feed
Proper selection and application of cutting fluido
Selection of material and geometry of cutting tool for reducingcutting temperature and its effects
Cutting tool material may play significant role on reduction of cuttingtemperature depending upon the work material.As for example,
PVD or CVD coating of HSS and carbide tools enables reduce cuttingtemperature by reducing friction at the chip-tool and work-toolinterfaces.
In high speed machining of steels lesser heat and cutting temperaturedevelop if machined by cBN tools which produce lesser cutting forcesby retaining its sharp geometry for its extreme hardness and highchemical stability.
The cutting tool temperature of ceramic tools decrease further if thethermal conductivity of such tools is enhanced (by adding thermallyconductive materials like metals, carbides, etc in Al
or Si
)Cutting temperature can be sizeably controlled also by proper selection of thetool geometry in the following ways;
large positive tool–rake helps in reducing heat and temperaturegeneration by reducing the cutting forces, but too much increase inrake mechanically and thermally weakens the cutting edges
compound rake, preferably with chip–breaker, also enables reduceheat and temperature through reduction in cutting forces and frictionVersion 2 ME IIT, Kharagpur

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