Cooling strategies for cryogenic machining from a materials viewpoint

@article{Zhao1992CoolingSF,
  title={Cooling strategies for cryogenic machining from a materials viewpoint},
  author={Z. Zhao and Shane Y. Hong},
  journal={Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance},
  year={1992},
  volume={1},
  pages={669-678}
}
  • Z. Zhao, Shane Y. Hong
  • Published 1 October 1992
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance
This article discusses the cooling strategies for cryogenic machining from a materials viewpoint. It is argued that, because different materials respond to temperature and machining processes differently, different cooling strategies are needed to improve the machinabilities of materials by cryogenic machining. In this work, five workpiece materials such as AISI1010 low-carbon steel, AISI1070 high-carbon steel, AISIE52100 bearing steel, titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V, and cast aluminum alloy A390… 

A review of cryogenic cooling in machining processes

Cryogenic Machining of SS304 Steel

Cryogenic coolants as cutting fluids are gaining importance as they are eco-friendly, recyclable and moreover they do not produce any harmful by-products. Liquid nitrogen at -196o C is commonly used

Cryogenic Machining-Induced Surface Integrity: A Review and Comparison with Dry, MQL, and Flood-Cooled Machining

The process of cryogenic machining, due to increased demand for environmentally friendly manufacturing processes, has seen a growing interest in the machining community. This article presents an

Cryogenic Machining of SS 304 Steel

Cryogenic coolants as cutting fluids are gaining importance as they are eco-friendly, recyclable and moreover they do not produce any harmful by-products. Liquid nitrogen at -196o C is commonly used

State-of-the-art cryogenic machining and processing

It is concluded that cryogenic cooling has demonstrated significant improvements in machinability by changing the material properties of the cutting tool and/or workpiece material at the cutting zone, altering the coefficient of friction and reducing the cutting temperature.

Improvement of Chip Breaking in Machining Low Carbon Steel by Cryogenically Precooling the Workpiece

Ductile materials such as AISI1008 low carbon steel characteristically exhibit poor chip breaking in conventional machining practices. This paper presents an environmentally clean cryogenic machining

Cryogenic Machining of Ti-6Al-4V

The use of cryogenic coolants such as liquid nitrogen or liquid carbon dioxide has emerged as a sustainable alternative to conventional cutting fluids during machining operations, with the potential
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 17 REFERENCES

Highlights of the DARPA Advanced Machining Research Program

Results of a four-year Advanced Machining Research Program (AMRP) to provide a science base for faster metal removal through high-speed machining (HSM), high-throughput machining (HTM) and

Machining of Titanium and its Alloys—a Review

Even though a new generation of tool materials is now available which is revolutionizing machinability of a large number of work materials, the machining of titanium continues to be a problem. In the

Temperature distribution in tools used for cutting iron, titanium and nickel

SUMMARY Temperature gradients in high speed steel tools used to turn iron, titanium and nickel have been measured using a method based on the structural changes in high speed steel heated to

Residual stresses in turned AISI 4340 steel

The residual-stress distribution in the surface region of workpieces of annealed AISI 4340 steel that is turned under unlubricated conditions is determined using a deflection etching technique. The

The effects of temperature on the machining of metals

The machining behaviors of metals at various workpiece temperatures are studied by the milling operation. Cutting power was recorded; tool life, chip size, surface finish and the microstructures of

Titanium: A Technical Guide

Designed to support the need of engineering, management, and other professionals for information on titanium by providing an overview of the major topics, this book provides a concise summary of the