Artificial cutting-fluid smoke generation: effect of pressure.

Abstract

Industrial smoke from cutting fluid poses a potential carcinogenic hazard to workers. For toxicity tests, an artificial smoke device needs to be designed. Such a device would be easy to construct if it were known that smoke is a function of heat during cutting processes and not the cutting pressures. Gas chromatograph response was the same for smoke… (More)

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