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Meandering Micro Channel in Single Point Turning Tool


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1 Mechanical Engineering Department, Kalyani Government Engineering College, Kalyani- 741235, Nadia, India
2 Mechanical Engineer, Rishra, Hooghly, India
     

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One of the parameters that affect machining is heat generated in the machining. Heat generation is the main reason to various thermal damages and wear. Many techniques have been developed to control the generation of heat. Many alternatives have been used to minimize the effect of this heat generation. The reduction in the temperature rise due to this heat generation can improve the product quality in machining. One of these arrangements is that the cutting fluid can be applied at high pressure through the hole inside the tool. There is micro scaled heat transfer in the hole. The improvement of this micro scaled heat transfer in the hole inside the tool would be done by reengineering the geometry of this hole. The uses ofthe meandering micro channel used in other engineering areas seem to be effective forthe geometry ofthe hole.

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Machining, Single Point Turning Tool, Microchannel, Heat Generation.
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Authors

Rajiv Ranjan Singh
Mechanical Engineering Department, Kalyani Government Engineering College, Kalyani- 741235, Nadia, India
Ravi Ranjan Singh
Mechanical Engineer, Rishra, Hooghly, India
Santanu Das
Mechanical Engineering Department, Kalyani Government Engineering College, Kalyani- 741235, Nadia, India

Abstract


One of the parameters that affect machining is heat generated in the machining. Heat generation is the main reason to various thermal damages and wear. Many techniques have been developed to control the generation of heat. Many alternatives have been used to minimize the effect of this heat generation. The reduction in the temperature rise due to this heat generation can improve the product quality in machining. One of these arrangements is that the cutting fluid can be applied at high pressure through the hole inside the tool. There is micro scaled heat transfer in the hole. The improvement of this micro scaled heat transfer in the hole inside the tool would be done by reengineering the geometry of this hole. The uses ofthe meandering micro channel used in other engineering areas seem to be effective forthe geometry ofthe hole.

Keywords


Machining, Single Point Turning Tool, Microchannel, Heat Generation.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22485/jaei%2F2019%2Fv89%2Fi1-2%2F185672