Toward sustainable grinding using minimum quantity lubrication technique with diluted oil and simultaneous wheel cleaning

Toward sustainable grinding using minimum quantity lubrication technique with diluted oil and simultaneous wheel cleaning

B.K. Sato, J.C. Lopes, A.E. Diniz, A.R. Rodrigues, H.J. de Mello, L.E.A. Sanchez, P.R. Aguiar, E.C. Bianchi

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Agradecimentos: Special thanks to FAPESP (São Paulo Research Foundation – Proc. # 2015-09868-9) for financial support. Sincerely thanks to Nikkon Ferramentas de Corte Ltda for providing material and knowledge about abrasive tools and to PhD student Igor Fernando Basso for Confocal Microscopy...

Minimum Quantity of Lubricant (MQL) has been used in the grinding process to make the process eco-friendlier. On the other hand, it brings some technical problems to this process: the clogging phenomenon, i.e., chips adherence on the wheel cutting surface. Although this phenomenon yields widely...

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Toward sustainable grinding using minimum quantity lubrication technique with diluted oil and simultaneous wheel cleaning

B.K. Sato, J.C. Lopes, A.E. Diniz, A.R. Rodrigues, H.J. de Mello, L.E.A. Sanchez, P.R. Aguiar, E.C. Bianchi


										

Toward sustainable grinding using minimum quantity lubrication technique with diluted oil and simultaneous wheel cleaning

B.K. Sato, J.C. Lopes, A.E. Diniz, A.R. Rodrigues, H.J. de Mello, L.E.A. Sanchez, P.R. Aguiar, E.C. Bianchi

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    Tribology international

    Vol. 147 (July, 2020), n. art. 106276