Influence of Nano-fluid MQL in Machining Processes: A Review

Heat generated during any machining process must be distributed properly to reduce thermal strains on the tool-work piece contact. The surface finish quality, tool wear rate, and morphology of the work piece all suffer as a result of this inevitable heat generation. Traditional flood cooling systems are frequently used to minimise thermal loads and heat during milling. This technology, however, requires additional cooling liquids, which must be adequately recycled to reduce environmental risks. Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) is a novel lubricant-saving technique in which coolant is sprayed during machining to reduce frictional forces and heat output. Using a fractional quantity of nanofluid in a conventional fluid with the nanofluid MQL in machining processes is an emerging technical concept. It’s true. It’s possible that it’ll boost heat transmission capabilities. The impact of nanofluid MQL on machining parameters such as surface morphology, tool wear, and temperature in milling, drilling, turning, and grinding is investigated in this work. Nanofluids, according to the researchers, may be employed efficiently in machining processes due to their superior thermo-physical characteristics.

Author(S) Details

P. H. V. Sesha Talpa Sai
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Director R & D, Malla Reddy College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad-500100, India.

R. Ajith Raj
Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Malla Reddy College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad-500100, India.

V. G. Krishan Anand
Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Malla Reddy College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad-500100, India.

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