The design and analysis of a metalcutting coolant/lubricant application system for delivery of a soy based cutting fluid
Keywords and Phrases
"Cutting fluids have been used to greatly improve metal cutting performance for over one hundred years. These fluids act as a coolant to reduce temperatures in the cutting zone and as a lubricant to reduce frictional forces at the tool/work/chip interfaces. Benefits gained from cutting fluid use include increased tool life, improved surface finish, increased cutting speed, and reduced power requirements. However, recently expanded EPA and OSHA regulation has greatly increased the costs associated with the use and disposal of metalcutting collants/lubricants. The research described here addresses environmental issues while maintaining cutting fluid performance"--Abstract, page iii.
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Ph. D. in Engineering Management
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 120 pages
© 1999 Richard Neal Callahan, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Citation
Metal-working lubricants -- Environmental aspects
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Callahan, Richard Neal, "The design and analysis of a metalcutting coolant/lubricant application system for delivery of a soy based cutting fluid" (1999). Doctoral Dissertations. 1558.
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