Orthogonal Turning with High Pressure Water Jet Assistance
This paper presents the results of an investigation into the effectiveness of cooling the tool/chip interface by the injection of a high pressure water jet. The emphasis of this article is on comparing the coefficient of friction at the tool/chip interface for both conventional and high pressure injection systems. Resulting changes in cutting force, chip shape and temperature are also reported.
M. Mazurkiewicz and Z. Kubala, "Orthogonal Turning with High Pressure Water Jet Assistance," Proceedings of Manufacturing International '88. v 1, Symposium on Product and Process Design; v 2, Symposium on Management and Economics; v 3, Symposium on Manufacturing Systems; v 4, Manufacturing Science of Composites., American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Jan 1988.
Manufacturing International '88
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Article - Conference proceedings
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