Lubricant applying effect in stainless steel cutting

Toshiaki Kaneeda, Yoshikazu Okada, Anthony Laurence

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Abstract

Applying materials on the precut surface in ductile metal cuttings can greatly improve the machinability, due to a reduction in friction between the lamella of the chip. We call this effect the lubricant applying effect (LAE) and have described it in various ductile metals, including pure aluminum, pure copper, α-brass and mild steel. LAE plays a major role in lubrication under most cutting conditions, offering the possibility of near(semi) dry machining. Near dry machining can be achieved by utilizing LAE in ductile metal cutting. Here, LAE cutting experiments have been carried out using stainless steel plates as the work material, showing that near dry machining can be achieved with this useful material.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProgress of Machining Technology - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Progress of Machining Technology, ICPMT'2004
EditorsW. Chen, Y. Yamane, R. Fan, A. Ochi
Pages163-168
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2004 Dec 1
EventProgress of Machining Technology - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Progress Machining Technology, ICPMT'2004 - Suzhou, China
Duration: 2004 Dec 82004 Dec 11

Publication series

NameProgress of Machining Technology - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Progress of Machining Technology, ICPMT'2004

Conference

ConferenceProgress of Machining Technology - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Progress Machining Technology, ICPMT'2004
CountryChina
CitySuzhou
Period04/12/804/12/11

Keywords

  • Boundary lubrication
  • Dead layer
  • Fan wiper type chip
  • Lubricant applying effect
  • Near dry machining
  • Oil-submerged cutting
  • Precut surface
  • Stainless steel
  • Work hardened layer

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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    Kaneeda, T., Okada, Y., & Laurence, A. (2004). Lubricant applying effect in stainless steel cutting. In W. Chen, Y. Yamane, R. Fan, & A. Ochi (Eds.), Progress of Machining Technology - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Progress of Machining Technology, ICPMT'2004 (pp. 163-168). (Progress of Machining Technology - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Progress of Machining Technology, ICPMT'2004).